Everyone’s favourite world leader, New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern, got a little more than she bargained for on breakfast TV this morning after her live interview was interrupted by an earthquake.
Ardern was being interviewed in the nation’s capital, Wellington, in the executive government building known as “the Beehive” for television channel Three’s AM Show when the 5.8 magnitude earthquake hit about 30 kilometres north.
Cool as a cucumber, Ardern told the interviewer: “We’re just having a bit of an earthquake here … quite a decent shake here. If you see things moving behind me.”
Ardern has a quick look around to looks to judge her safety and adds: “The Beehive moves a little more than most” before soldiering on.
Check out the scary moment below:
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