New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Tāmati & Tim OUR MODERN FAMILY

‘Everything we’ve been through... who cares? We’ve got this little bundle of joy looking back at us’

When the Weekly walks into the cosy home of weatherman-turned-MP Tamati Coffey and his husband Tim Smith, it’s immediately clear just who’s running the show.

At six months old, wee Tutanekai Smith-Coffey already has his dads – and some of the nation’s top politicians – wrapped around his little finger.

Sitting in his beloved Jolly Jumper as he intently gazes at all of these new people in his house, Tutanekai is happy as Larry as his fathers chat to us – and it’s very obvious this little man is the centre of their world.

As he shows off an adorable video of his son bouncing around in his jumper to Destiny’s Child, Tamati tells of

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