Christine Lagarde

Remarkable thawing in relations after pair's spats over Brexit.
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde has been appointed head of the European Central Bank, the first time a woman holds the post. The European Commission's next president is set to be Ursula Von Der Leyen, Germany's Defence Minister. Her post is pending final approval by a vote in the European Parliament in mid-July. European Council president Donald Tusk hailed the appointments, saying, "After all, Europe is a woman".
The president's daughter tried to insert herself into a conversation between world leaders and it ended in... ridicule.
"Being someone’s daughter actually isn’t a career qualification."