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2021-11-28T12:29:56.719Z

Julie Ann Jenter, a Green Party member and an ardent supporter of using bicycles as a means of transportation, pedaled to the hospital and an hour later gave birth. "I did not plan to pedal during labor, but that's what happened in the end," said Janter, who also rode to the hospital three years ago.



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During labor: A New Zealand legislator rode a bicycle to a hospital before giving birth

Julie Ann Jenter, a Green Party member and an ardent supporter of using bicycles as a means of transportation, pedaled to the hospital and an hour later gave birth.

"I did not plan to pedal during labor, but that's what happened in the end," said Janter, who also rode to the hospital three years ago.

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"I did not plan to pedal during the contractions."

Janter rides to the hospital, tonight (Photo: Official Website, Facebook)

A member of Parliament in New Zealand rode her bicycle to the hospital today (Sunday) while she was in labor, and gave birth about an hour later.

Julie Ann Jenter, a member of the Green Party, did so at her previous birth, about three years ago.



"I did not plan to pedal during labor, but that's what happened in the end," 41-year-old Janter, a spokeswoman for the Transportation Party, wrote in a Facebook post after her daughter was born.

Janter, a native of the United States, is known as an avid supporter of using bicycles as a means of transportation.



She said her contractions "were not so difficult" when she and her partner decided to pedal to the hospital and she posted pictures of them from the hospital parking lot.

Politicians in New Zealand, where five million people live, have a reputation for being modest people.

Prime Minister G'sindh Ardrn maternity leave during her tenure, and brought her daughter at the age of three months to a meeting at the United Nations, while breastfeeding. Overall it was the second leader in bringing a child while in office.



UK MP Stella Krize Labor brought her son The three-month-old went to the House of Representatives last week, but was later told that babies were not allowed in the hall.

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