There’s no suit in sight! Canada’s prime minister has shown in the past that he’s a big fan of the fall season and things are no different this year.\nThese photos of Trudeau’s family show that they love autumn just as much as the rest of us — and they embrace the quirks of the season just like any ordinary family would.\nFrom rolling around in orange leaves and picking and carving pumpkins, to celebrating Thanksgiving at home, these adorable photos offer a unique insight into the family’s day-to-day life.\nWhile the prime minister is yet to be spotted with a pumpkin spice latte in-hand, it’s pretty safe to say that he enjoys Canada’s gold season as much as the rest of us.\nHe's also been known to go all-out for Halloween celebrations, too!\nEditor's Choice: IKEA Canada Wants To Buy Back Your Old Furniture & They'll Give You Store Credit\nPumpkin Picking\nView this post on Instagram Picking the perfect pumpkin is serious business. 🎃 Choisir la citrouille parfaite est une tâche importante. A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 10, 2019 at 11:23am PDT\nThe prime minister has been spotted pumpkin-picking on multiple occasions with his children, and he’s clearly an expert in choosing the right jack-o'-lantern.\nSharing this photo in 2019, Trudeau wrote, “Picking the perfect pumpkin is serious business.”\nHalloween Antics\nView this post on Instagram We’re dressed and ready to go... or should I say, the game is afoot! #HappyHalloween 🎃 🇨🇦 Nous sommes tous déguisés et prêts à passer l’Halloween! #JoyeuseHalloween 🎃 A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 31, 2018 at 5:26pm PDT\nNo stranger to celebrating the scary season with his family, the PM has shared multiple photos of his past Halloween costumes.\nOn this occasion, back in 2018, Trudeau dressed up as Sherlock Holmes. Conversely, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and their kids went for a slightly scarier vibe!\nFamily Time\nView this post on Instagram Simply and deeply thankful for all that we have: Love, family, health and the country we live in! Happy Thanksgiving! 🍂🍁 Je suis profondément reconnaissante de tout ce que nous avons : l’amour, la famille, la santé et le pays dans lequel nous vivons! Joyeuse Action de grâces! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Oct 8, 2018 at 7:26pm PDT\nTo celebrate Thanksgiving in 2018, the PM swapped his work desk for an art table as he got creative with his children.\nSharing this picture, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau wrote “Simply and deeply thankful for all that we have: Love, family, health and the country we live in!”\nUnbe-leaf-able Colours\nView this post on Instagram Don’t stop be-leaf-ing! When there’s a leaf pile... jump! 🍂 C’est quoi le but de ramasser des feuilles, si ce n’est pas pour sauter dedans! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Oct 3, 2020 at 1:27pm PDT\nIs it even fall if you haven’t got up-close-and-personal with the leaves on the ground?\nGrégoire Trudeau proved that her family knows exactly what to do when the new season rolls in, writing “When there’s a leaf pile... jump!” in 2020.\nTapping The Keg\nView this post on Instagram Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest is officially underway! Thanks for letting me tap the keg. Prost! 🇨🇦 L’Oktoberfest de Kitchener-Waterloo est officiellement lancée! Merci de m’avoir laissé percer le tonneau. Prost! A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 8, 2016 at 10:53am PDT\nFor many people around the world, Oktoberfest is the first sign that autumn has arrived.\nIn this picture from 2016, the prime minister can be seen “tapping the keg,” which formally kicks-off the annual festivities.\nAn Ode To Fall\nView this post on Instagram I painted this last Saturday. I want to live inside this landscape - an ode to our Canadian fall... 🍁 Voici ce que j'ai peint samedi dernier. Je veux vivre à l'intérieur de ce paysage - une ode à notre automne canadien... A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Nov 13, 2016 at 7:37am PST\nIn November 2016, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau showed her creative side by painting an “ode to our Canadian fall.”\nShe shared the pretty painting on Instagram, writing, “I painted this last Saturday. I want to live inside this landscape.”\nSuper-Season\nView this post on Instagram Have a Super Halloween! 🇨🇦 Passez une Super Halloween! A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 31, 2017 at 4:39pm PDT\nIn 2017, the prime minister dressed up as Superman to honor the Halloween festivities.\nIn the photo, the outside of their home can be seen generously decorated with scary-season goodies, including hay bales, pumpkins and paper skulls.\nTurtle-Neck Time\nView this post on Instagram I'm thankful for my family’s love and support. Wishing all Canadians a happy Thanksgiving on this beautiful fall day. --- Merci à ma famille pour son amour et soutien. Joyeuse Action de grâce à tous les Canadiens en cette superbe journée. #elxn42 A post shared by Justin Trudeau (@justinpjtrudeau) on Oct 12, 2015 at 8:01am PDT\nOn Thanksgiving in 2015, the prime minister shared this sweet photo of his young-looking family at a local pumpkin patch.\nDonning a classic fall-inspired turtle-neck sweater, he can be seen helping his kids find the perfect pumpkin.\n“I'm thankful for my family’s love and support. Wishing all Canadians a happy Thanksgiving on this beautiful fall day,” he wrote.\nPumpkin Carving\nView this post on Instagram A little breather to get ready for Halloween - Didi and his pumpkin are matching with their front teeth missing! I’m sending love to all of you and your families! 🧡 On profite d’une petite pause pour se préparer à l’Halloween… Didi et sa citrouille ont quelque chose en commun : ils ont une dent en moins! Je vous aime tous très fort! A post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (@sophiegregoiretrudeau) on Oct 25, 2019 at 9:29am PDT\nThe only thing more fun than choosing the pumpkins is carving them, right?\nIn this cute image from 2019, the Trudeaus' youngest son can be seen creating a mini jack-o'-lantern.\n“Didi and his pumpkin are matching with their front teeth missing!” joked Sophie via Instagram.\nIt looks like everybody loves fall in Canada, eh?