Britain's New Statesman is running a cover story on childless Leaders -- but they are all women
The current issue of the New Statesman is about childless women who are world leaders. And I'm looking forward to reading it. (Incidentally, did they forget Park Geun Hye of South Korea?)
At the same time, I'm trying to think of serving male presidents, prime ministers, and kings who are childless.
There is Pope Francis. Alright, that one is low hanging fruit.
Am I right to guess Belgium's Charles Michel does not have children?
So, too, is Oman's Qaboos bin Said Al Said.
Mark Rutte of Netherlands is unmarried and childless.