Jacinda Ardern takes call from Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Presumptive Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has taken a video call from Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau.

Ms Ardern received the call after 10am on Tuesday morning.

Mr Trudeau took the Canadian Liberal Party to victory in the 2015 election. He gained international fame as a young, charismatic leader.

"Skype chat with New Zealand New Zealand PM-designate @jacindaardern! Eager to meet in person soon to keep building ties & trade between our countries," Mr Trudeau tweeted.

The Labour Party posted an image of the conversation to its Instagram story.

Jacinda Ardern speaks to Justin Trudeau.
Jacinda Ardern speaks to Justin Trudeau. Photo credit: Labour Party Instagram

On Monday morning, Ms Ardern took a call from Donald Trump, President of the United States.

Ms Ardern has not yet revealed the content of the call.