UK Prime Minister Theresa May made light of her visit to the White House, referencing US President Donald Trump's hands.
The PM went to address the audience at a private fundraising dinner on Tuesday (NZ time) where and was met by a round of applause.
"I don't think I have received such a big hand since I walked down the colonnade at the White House" she told them, referring to holding hands with US President Donald Trump.
It's not the first time Mr Trump has had his hands ridiculed.
Republican Presidential candidate Marco Rubio said during a live TV primary debate: "Have you seen his hands?"
"And you know what they say about men with small hands."
Mr Trump wasn't shy when he replied: "I guarantee you there's no problem".
According to the Telegraph, the lavish dinner in London netted hundreds of thousands of pounds for the Tory party.
The highest-selling item of the night was a signed copy of Ms May's Lancaster House speech regarding her Brexit policies which sold for more than NZ$180,000.