Labour MP Tāmati Coffey has shared an adorable Father's Day post to social media in commemoration of his first Father's Day.
Coffey, MP for Waiariki, announced the birth of his son Tūtānekai Smith-Coffey in July. The infant has already made headlines for his Parliament debut in August, joining Trevor Mallard in the Speaker's seat during a general debate.
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"My Dad with his moko. My husband [Tim Smith] and his son. Me and my boy," Coffey wrote on Facebook on Sunday afternoon.
"Happy Father's Day to all the dads out there."
The caption was accompanied by three photos, including a picture of Coffey's father with his newborn grandson.
Social media users have responded positively to the post, wishing the MP a happy Father's Day.
Coffey and his husband, Tim Smith, said they were "overwhelmed at the miracle of life" when their son was born.
Smith is Tūtānekai's biological father, and the surrogate mother was a "friend of a friend", Coffey said at the time.