Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is set to feature in a new "Nelson Mandela-inspired" documentary that's been masterminded by Prince Harry and Meghan.
The first clip from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's latest Netflix project was released just days after the final episodes of their first Netflix docuseries were released, in which they delivered a swathe of accusations against what they portrayed as a tone-deaf institution that was unconcerned about their emotional well-being and prepared for them to suffer - if it meant better media coverage for other more senior royals.
"Live To Lead - a documentary series presented by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex," a post on Netflix's Twitter account said. The accompanying trailer features pictures of the likes of former US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, ex-South Africa President Mandela, South Africa rugby captain Siya Kolisi climate activist Greta Thunberg - and Ardern.
"As leaders, we have the keys to create a sense of security a sense of hope," the Prime Minister is heard saying in the trailer - in what was an extract from her speech at the UN General Assembly earlier this year.
In the end, Prince Harry says the series is about "people who have made brave choices" while Meghan explains it will explore those who "fight for change".
Netflix said the series will highlight "the fundamental values, daily disciplines and guiding principles that leaders employ to motivate others and create meaningful change".