Ray Dussan is known as the wife of Jacinda Ardern’s sister Louise Ardern. Louise is the sister of the New Zealand Prime Minister. Ray is from Colombia.
|First and last name||Ray Dussan|
|Country of birth||Colombia|
|Sexual orientation||Straight ahead|
|Number of children||2|
|wedding date||July 2017|
He married his long-term companion.
In July 2017, Dussan married his long-term girlfriend Louise Ardern. The couple was in a relationship for ten years before getting married. Prior to their marriage, the couple lived in London with their daughter Isabella. Ray and his wife have a happy marriage with no signs of divorce.
Jacinda, his sister-in-law, showed up unexpectedly at their wedding.
The wedding took place in a modest house near Barcelona, Spain. At their wedding in October, the couple were expecting their second child; their first child, Isabella, was born in 2013. The unexpected arrival of his sister-in-law Jacinda at their wedding brightened the atmosphere and filled with tears of delight. Jacinda said that when her sister Louise first saw her, she had no idea who she was, as she hadn’t expected her arrival since it was an election year and Jacinda had just been appointed deputy leader.
According to Jacinda, this was an improvised idea. According to Jacinda, the wedding was full of Spanish, small and sweet, and she loved meeting Ray’s family, despite communicating in Spanish. Louise, on the other hand, was ecstatic to see her sister and said the day couldn’t have been better. According to her, she was unaware that her sister would be attending her wedding, and she confessed that she never had her sister’s original choice not to go against her, despite being saddened by her absence when the wedding day approached. She said her submission meant the world to her.
His son was born on the day Jacinda was sworn in as prime minister.
Dussan and his wife Louise have two beautiful children, a seven-year-old girl and a four-year-old boy. On October 26, 2017, the day Jacinda was sworn in as the 40th Prime Minister, the couple gave birth to their son. Jacinda brought the good news herself.
She further noted that her parents Ross Ardern and Laurell Ardern split their obligations, with Ross attending the inauguration and Laurell attending the birth of her grandchild in the UK. After the birth of their son, they left their parental home in Britain and moved to New Zealand. Louise said she couldn’t be more proud of Jacinda. She worked so diligently.
Jacinda’s work has been praised all over the world.
On October 26, 2017, at the age of 37, Jacinda Ardern became the youngest woman to become New Zealand’s head of government. She had entered the New Zealand Parliament as an elected Labor Party MP, eventually winning the special election for the MP seat on February 25, 2017. Jacinda also served as deputy leader in March and as leader in August before becoming the first leader of New Zealand. Zealand announced support for Ardern as prime minister on October 19, 2017. On June 21, Jacinda gave birth to her daughter Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford, making her the second head of state in history to give birth during her tenure. Six weeks later, she went back to work.
On March 15, 2019, 51 people were killed in a terrorist attack on two mosques in the city of Christchurch. In less than a week, she amended the legislation to ban all military-design semi-automatic weapons and all assault rifles. During the COVID-19 crisis, she issued an order to seal all New Zealand’s borders to foreigners, which was followed by a nationwide lockdown requiring all non-essential personnel to stay at home.
On April 15, 2020, she announced that she and all members of the government would take a 20 percent pay cut over the next six months. On May 11, she announced the easing of lockdown measures while maintaining vigilance. In the same month, she received a 59.5 percent favorable rating in a poll. On October 17, 2020, she was re-elected as Prime Minister of New Zealand for a second term. She received worldwide accolades for eradicating the pathogen in both waves. In January 2022, Jacinda postponed her wedding due to an increase in Omicron cases, and a week later she said she had gone into self-isolation after coming into close contact with the Covid virus.
Ray Dussan’s net worth is being assessed. At present, his sister-in-law, Jacinda Ardern, has a net worth of $25 million.