Two openly gay world leaders – Luxembourg’s prime minister Xavier Bettel and Serbia’s prime minister Ana Brnabić – got together to discuss the possible future of Serbia in the EU. They posed for a common photo alongside their same-sex partners. It marked one of the first times that two openly LGBT+ world leaders have joined forces, following an earlier summit in Belgrade and Bettel’s meeting with his Irish colleague Leo Varadkar, who is also a married gay man. Upon taking office in June 2017, Brnabić declared that she did not want her sexuality to be the defining factor for her as a politician and as a leader of the country. Rather, she said, she would like to be known for her “competence, professionalism and trustworthiness”. While many acknowledged that the fairness of this request, the queer Serbian s still hope their PM will do more for them. Brnabić’s partner Milica Djurdjic gave birth to the couple’s first child in February.