Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has revealed she and fiancé Clarke Gayford will have their wedding in Gisborne.
Ardern told The AM Show the couple had set a date for their wedding, but wouldn't let slip on when it would be until they told their guests.
"We haven't actually told anyone that we have invited yet, so I feel like we need to tell everyone first and then I'll tell you."
However she said they would tell everyone soon because: "accommodation is slightly limited in Gisborne".
She said she felt "a bit too old to have a bridal party", and may "forgo it" because she was "getting on a bit".
Gayford proposed to Ardern over Easter weekend in 2019 on a hilltop in Mahia, which lies between Napier and Gisborne.