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Hadrien Trudeau Just Turned 7 & The PM Shared The Sweetest Photos To Celebrate

Justin Trudeau’s youngest son, Hadrien Trudeau, turned seven years old this weekend and the PM shared the sweetest message to celebrate the event.

Taking to Instagram, the dad-of-three said it was “hard to believe” that Hadrien was growing up so fast.

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“But time flies when you’re having fun,” wrote Trudeau. “And he certainly knows how to have fun.”

Alongside the caption, he shared a number of super-sweet photos of himself and his son together, showing the PM in total dad mode.

In one image, Trudeau can be seen playing hula-hoop with his son, while in another the two are sharing ice cream and smiling at one another.

“Je t’aime, Hadrien,” the prime minister added.

While Hadrien’s mom, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, has yet to post on social media about the occasion, it’s likely that she’ll also post about her son’s birthday too.

The mom-of-three often shares behind-the-scenes pictures of her family on Instagram, particularly on special occasions!

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