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The Jen Factor: Scott Morrison’s wife joins him full time during hectic last week of the election campaign
- Jenny Morrison has joined the PM for the final week of the election campaign
- She will be with her husband for photographs, conferences and meet and greets
- The couple have visited Ipswich & Cairns in QLD and Darwin in the NT this week
Scott Morrison will be joined by his wife Jenny Morrison as he makes one last push to secure re-election in the final days of the election campaign.
The mother-of-two will accompany the prime minister for photographs, press conferences and meet and greets with the public in what could be her husband’s last days in the top job.
Mrs Morrison has only popped up sporadically during the campaign, appearing with the PM only once or twice a week for events and announcements.
The Prime Minister will be joined by his wife Jenny Morrison during the suspenseful final week of the election campaign
However, the number of appearances she has made in front of the cameras has ramped up in the final week.
Mrs Morrison joined her husband while he campaigned in Darwin on Tuesday as he fights for the two Labor-held seats of Solomon and Lingiari in the Northern Territory.
While in the electorate of Lingiari, the couple visited Alpha Homes display home in Darwin.
A press conference was later held where Mr Morrison spruiked the government’s policy allowing first home buyers to use 40 per cent of their superannuation to help fund a deposit for a property.
During his time in the Top End, the prime minister also indicated that a proposed commercial port backed by the government would be used by the military following the messy handling of the Port of Darwin’s lease to a Chinese company.
Jenny Morrison was by her husband’s side during their time in Darwin, standing by for photo opportunities and joining in on campaign events.
Mrs Morrison joined her husband while he campaigned in Darwin on Tuesday as he fights for the two Labor-held seats of Solomon and Lingiari in the Northern Territory. (Pictured: Scott and Jenny Morrison at the Palmerson Tuesday Club in Darwin)
Scott Morrison commemorated his wife’s visit to the Northern Territory in a post to social media
Mr Morrison commemorated his wife’s visit to the Northern Territory in a post to social media.
‘Great to have Jen with me today for what is her first visit to Darwin. It’s a beautiful part of the country and can’t wait to show he more of the NT,’ he wrote.
The Morrisons on Monday visited a display home village in Springfield Rise, near Ipswich in Queensland, where the PM to promoted the controversial scheme.
The couple also spoke to members of the local chamber of commerce at a café in Ipswich.
They ended the Monday campaigning in Cairns at an afternoon tea before heading to a Cairns darts club.
While the prime minister tried to greet as many people as possible in front of the cameras at the tea, Mrs Morrison walked slowly behind and took her time chatting to voters.
They Morrisons ended their Monday campaigning in Cairns at an afternoon tea before heading to the Cairns’ darts club. (Pictured: Scott and Jenny Morrison with Liberal candidate Warren Entsch at the tea in Cairns on Monday)
Earlier in the campaign, the couple attended a youth-focused mental health organisation in western Sydney, both appearing in a jovial mood
Earlier in the campaign, the couple attended a youth-focused mental health organisation in western Sydney, both appearing in a jovial mood.
The pair even cuddled up to each other when speaking about the importance of good mental health and listening to inspirational stories of young adults who overcame their struggles.
The Morrisons were also at a Greek Orthodox mass in Sydney at the end of the second week of the election campaign in April.
Besides appearances at different events, Mrs Morrison also held a fundraiser for Liberal candidate Andrew Constance, who is fighting for the seat of Gilmore.
Mrs Morrison will be with her husband for the next couple of days in the Northern Territory, with the prime minister continuing his relentless campaigning for the next few days before the public votes on Saturday to determine his future.