Australians have begged for Jacinda Ardern to stay and run their country after she spotted having dinner at a top restaurant on the New South Wales north coast.
The New Zealand prime minister and her partner Clarke Gayford appeared relaxed as they dined at Fins Restaurant and Bar, in Kingscliff, on Monday night.
And it wasn’t just celebrity chef, Steven Snow who was happy to have the pair stop by.
Many people were thrilled to see the leader in Australia after a picture was shared on Facebook – and some even suggested she move there indefinitely to take over Scott Morrison’s job.
‘Don’t let her leave, I’ve got a job for her,’ one person wrote.
‘Jacinda there is an opening for you in Canberra hun, just head on down there,’ wrote another.
‘Run down and grab her please. I’ll get Scomo on a flight to NZ,’ another wrote.
Ms Adern has received praise for her leadership skills during the catastrophic bushfires that have ravaged Australia this month.
Whereas, Mr Morrison, the Australian prime minister, has faced a onslaught of backlash for his handling of the crisis.
Last week Ms Ardern announced an additional 22 firefighters will be deployed from to help tackle Australia’s bushfire crisis.
This comes on top of the rotation of more than 150 New Zealanders who been working at the fire fronts in Australia since October.
Mr Morrison was heavily criticised before Christmas when he took a Hawaiian holiday as bushfires destroyed communities.
He was forced to flee a NSW town destroyed by bushfires after furious residents hurled abuse at him during a visit.