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New Zealand House speaker goes viral after bottle-feeding baby in parliament

Trevor Mallard, the speaker of New Zealand's House of Representatives, bottle-feeds the one-month-old son of a fellow politician while at work

24.8.2019

Trevor Mallard , the speaker of New Zealand 's House of Representatives, bottle-feeds the one-month-old son of a fellow politician while at work. 👶🏼

Trevor Mallard , the speaker of New Zealand 's House of Representatives, bottle-feeds the one-month-old son of a fellow politician while at work

SPECIAL GUEST. New Zealand House Speaker Trevor Mallard says a 'VIP' joined him at work on August 21, 2019. Photo from Mallard's Twitter account

Trevor Mallard, the speaker of the country's House of Representatives, was filmed bottle-feeding and calming the one-month-old son of a fellow politician on Wednesday, August 21.

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