New Zealand PM, wife await their turn at cafe

 New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and his wife Bronagh Sunday waited for a table like others to get his coffee in a cafe near their home in Parnell, Auckland.

Wellington: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key and his wife Bronagh Sunday waited for a table like others to get his coffee in a cafe near their home in Parnell, Auckland.

The couple went for a stroll after hectic election schedule and walked over to the cafe for a cup of coffee, New Zealand Herald reported.

Key and his National party also achieved a unique third term feat of increasing its vote, rising to 48.06 percent of the total vote from 47.31 percent in 2011.

The party won 61 seats out of 121 in New Zealand`s parliament, up from 59 in 2011.
 

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