The gay partner of Serbia’s first female Prime Minister Ana Brnabic has given birth to a baby boy and the proud couple has named him Igor.
Brnabic, who is the country’s first female and openly-homosexual prime minister, reportedly met her partner Milica Djurdjic at a gay club in the northern Serbian capital Belgrade nine years ago.
The Serbian prime minister, who is also the country’s first leader with Croat ethnic descent, and Djurdjic have reportedly named their newborn son Igor.
According to local media, the delivery went smoothly and Brnabic’s office confirmed that little Igor is doing well.
Djurdjic, who is reportedly a highly-trained doctor who finished medical school in Belgrade with top grades, underwent intrauterine insemination (IUI) last year. It is not known who the sperm donor was.
She is also the long-term partner of the country’s 43-year-old PM. Ironically, Serbia has yet to legalise gay marriage.
Brnabic has been Serbia’s leader since 29th June 2017. She was previously the Minister of Public Administration and Local Self-Government of Serbia from August 2016 until being appointed PM.
She has described herself as a pro-European and technocratic Prime Minister.
In 2018, Brnabic was ranked by Forbes magazine as the 91st most powerful woman in the world and as the 21st most powerful female political and policy leader.