Jagmeet Singh & Gurkiran Kaur's Instagram Posts Make Us Fall In Love With Autumn

It's fall, y'all! Jagmeet Singh and Gurkiran Kaur have so many Instagram posts about autumn over the years and they're such moods. They've made us fall in love with the season time after time.

'Tis the season for cozy sweaters, colourful leaves, apple picking, pumpkins and Halloween costumes.

Looking at the social media pages for some of Canada's political families during this time of year is a sure-fire way to make you jealous of how they spend their autumns.

Justin Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau always post photos of their family doing classic fall things like pumpkin carving, dressing up for Halloween and playing in leaf piles.

For Singh and Kaur, their seasonal photos and videos are just as amazing.

Here are six posts from the couple's Instagram pages that made us fall in love with autumn and their relationship time after time.

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Out in nature

Autumn "Dreams" vibe

Vibrant fall colours

Iconic Halloween costume

In the trees

A couple of pumpkins

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