An Afghan rug, All Blacks tickets and signed photographs from the Queen are just some of the gifts received by the Prime Minister over the last year.
The latest Register of Pecuniary and Other Specified Interests Summary has been released, showing everything MPs were gifted between February 1, 2018 and January 31, 2019.
Since 2005, MPs have been required to make an annual return of their pecuniary and other specified personal interests. It is meant to provide transparency and strengthen public trust in the Parliamentary system.
So what were MPs given?
Jacinda Ardern declared she received several gifts from around the world.
On top of six lots of loaned items from fashion and jewellery designers, including Juliette Hogan and Emilia Wickstead, Ardern was given a purse from Indonesia's President Joko Widodo.
French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte gave the Prime Minister a Sevres ceramic ornament, while the President of Poland gifted a Piora Polskie fountain pen.
An Afghan rug from the United Arab Emirates' Sheikh Abdullah, a branded compass from Columbia University, and a Lapis Lazuli box from the Foreign Minister of Chile were also on the list.
New Zealand Rugby gave her tickets to an All Blacks v Australia game, while the Ambassador of Cuba provided a gift basket.
Signed, framed photographs are obviously a favourite gift from the British royal family, with three being received from the Queen, Prince Philip, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Glancing over the rest of the gifts received by Kiwi MPs shows dinners at the Barack Obama event last year were common, as were tickets to local and national sport games.
Tickets to Foo Fighters, Pink, Ed Sheeran, Auckland City Limits and Christmas in the Park were also given to various MPs.
Judith Collins received a bunch of tickets to ASB tennis games from the likes of Auckland Tennis, DB Breweries and Peter Kiely.
Winston Peters was the recipient of a box of Cohiba Behike cigars from the Ambassador of Cuba while Scott Simpson got a leather computer bag from the North Shore Dinner Club.
David Seymour received an appearance fee from MediaWorks for featuring on Dancing with the Stars, which was later donated to Kidsline.
Rino Tirikatene was gifted a carved jade piece from the Chinese jade carving delegation as well as an Ambassador coin and baseball cap from the US Ambassador to New Zealand Scott Brown.
Tamato Coffey was also kitted out by Hi Vis Trends while Dr David Clark received a pair of Al Qilada brand cufflinks from the United Arab Emirates Minister of Happiness.