Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s son wore a pink dress for Halloween
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his family totally won Halloween.
The popular world leader set Twitter alight when he posted a picture of his family’s Halloween costumes.
The PM’s son Hadrien, three, was going as Skye, a cockapoo who flies a helicopter on the Canadian cartoon PAW Patrol.
Hadrien could be seen in a bright pink dress by his father’s feet for the family photo.
“He insisted on being Skye [for Halloween],” The Prime Minister revealed.
“And that’s fine with us.”
Twitter was quick to embrace the happy Halloween family.
Trudeau also made an impact as he turned up to Parliament in a Clark Kent costume.
The Prime Minister turned up for a Questions Period wearing the trademark black glasses and slicked back hair.
And as he walked down the stairs into the House of Commons, he unbuttoned his shirt to reveal the signature Superman logo.
Trudeau often dresses up for Halloween, last year dressing up as the pilot from the Little Prince, and in 2015 dressed as Han Solo from Star Wars.
Watch a video of the brilliant reveal below:
Justin Trudeau arrived for House duties today dressed as Clark Kent for Halloween. (via CBC News) pic.twitter.com/iCjUxVov73
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 31, 2017
Leo Varadkar, the first gay leader of Ireland, and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marched together in Montreal Pride earlier this year.
Varadkar, 38, took office as Ireland’s Taoiseach in June, becoming one of just five openly gay heads of government in recent global history.
The pair took to the streets of Montreal, Canada, to celebrate the city’s LGBT pride parade.
The event marked the first time a foreign head of government or state has ever been invited to partake in the celebration.
45-year-old Trudeau proudly waved the trans flag – made up of blue, pink and white – as onlookers cheered the parade.
He declared: “For all that we celebrate here in Canada, there is a lot of work to do around the world, and we need to build up our allies and stand together strongly for rights, for opportunities and for the values we know unite our countries.”
Meanwhile Trudeau has been a staunch defender of LGBT rights since taking office under the Liberal party banner.
The pair recorded a brief video together, also, sharing their “delight” at attending the event.
— Leo Varadkar (@LeoVaradkar) August 20, 2017
When Trudeau met French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron, many Twitter users joked that the leaders – both straight and married to women – looked like a couple on a romantic wedding photoshoot.