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He was leading by example, he said: “This is the kind of work-life balance that I’ve often talked about as being essential in order to be able to be in service of the country.” Had the Prime Minister decided to take a day off that lacked romantic significance in the midst of the summit, the outcry would have been even louder than it was.But celebrating his marriage, a love story told in breathless detail on Liberal.ca, the Liberal party’s website, proved heart-warming for many.Because of that, only the couple knows the exact moment when they began seeing each other in a new light.On January 2, Sophie posted a photo of Joe on her Instagram as they take the seas of Miami.Of course, even those less charmed couldn’t avoid the inevitable result: footage of Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau holding hands on an anniversary hike, trailed by RCMP, as she looked up at him, laughing, her hand (where else? It wasn’t the world’s first glimpse of the Trudeaus’ talent for exhibitionist intimacy.
In January, Bush opened up about her dating history to magazine, admitting, "I've dated a couple of the wrong guys, but I've also had great love in my life."Despite the ups and downs, the TV star is still a big believer in love. In the photo, Joe is seated on the Iron Throne, looking very cool as he delivers the best gangster look he could muster matched with a cigar in his mouth.But what made people cheer their hearts out is not the way he looked in the photograph — it’s the person sitting on his lap.The resulting image—Trudeau gazing soulfully at his wife, his arms wrapped around her as she leaned into him—made waves internationally, which isn’t surprising. The accompanying story, which referred to Trudeau as “dashing in his blue suit and jaunty brown shoes” and the “youthful, optimistic face of Canada,” borrowed heavily from American political imagery.It quoted a Canadian journalist who was only “half kidding” when referring to the new Trudeau era as “our Camelot,” a mythical metaphor for the JFK presidency (started, it turns out, by Jacqueline Kennedy, who mentioned it after her husband’s death in an interview with accorded Grégoire Trudeau first lady status, outfitting her in a form-fitting blue-and-gold dress by Oscar de la Renta, a designer famously worn by first ladies from Nancy Reagan onward; Hillary Clinton appeared on the November 1998 declared Grégoire Trudeau “the hottest first lady in the world,” apparently unaware that, unlike in the U. where Michelle Obama has a staff of more than 20, no such political role exists here.
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