Jacinda Ardern's position as a rock star politician has been confirmed by an actual rock star, Bono, who gifted the New Zealand prime minister with tickets to a U2 show.
The tickets were one of several eye-catching donations to Kiwi MPs that were revealed on Wednesday in the annual release of parliamentarians' pecuniary interests.
Ms Ardern attended the supergroup's Auckland show last year.
She also received tickets to attend Sir Elton John's show earlier this year, meeting the rock legend before he was dramatically forced to quit his show early with the flu.
The 39-year-old has also loaned garments from many Kiwi fashion labels and outlets; Kiri Nathan, Kate Sylvester, Harman Grubisa, Juliette Hogan, Maggie Marilyn and Tanya Carlson.
Ms Ardern also loaned pieces from Samoan brand Mena and Cook Islands-owned label TAV Pacific.
French president Emmanuel Macron gifted Ms Ardern a 'small Sevres porcelain dish', which Ms Ardern has chosen to display at Premier House, the prime minister's official residence in Wellington.
The next-gen world leaders are the founders of the 'Christchurch Call', a foreign policy which brings together national governments and global tech giants with the aim of eliminating extremist online content.
The King of Jordan and Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cambridge, Charles and Camilla, have also bestowed gifts upon Ms Ardern.
The Labour leader also received a lifetime subscription to Time magazine after she was listed by the American publication as one of the world's most influential 100 leaders last year.
While Ms Ardern received a gift basket from the Ambassador of Cuba, Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters struck the jackpot, receiving a box of the legendary 'Cohiba Behike' cigars.
A box of ten cigars retails for around $US750 ($A1150) online.
Many MPs list tickets to sporting events, including All Blacks and Black Ferns matches, as well as NRL clashes.
Minor party leaders weren't so lucky with their hauls.
Green co-leaders James Shaw and Marama Davidson don't list any gifts over the past 12 months.
Ms Davidson also appears to be one of the few MPs who isn't a homeowner; she doesn't list a home or mortgage in the register.
ACT leader David Seymour didn't detail any gifts but did list an appearance fee for his run on television show Dancing With The Stars.
Australian Associated Press