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New Photos Show How Justin Trudeau & His Family Celebrated Easter This Year

You’re apparently never too old to hunt for Easter eggs! 🐣🥚
Justin Trudeau & His Family Celebrated Easter At Home This Year (PHOTOS)

A new Instagram post shared by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau shows exactly what Justin Trudeau and his family got up to this Easter long weekend.

Posting on Sunday, April 4, Grégoire Trudeau acknowledged that it was the second year in a row that Canadians would be celebrating the holiday differently than usual, thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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However, she urged Canadians to “focus on what unites us and brings us joy,” and shared several photos of how her family were keeping positive and trying to “celebrate life.”

Joking that you are never too old for an Easter egg hunt, the activist and mom of three posted a picture of her husband decorating eggs alongside their kids.

This comes after the PM urged all Canadians to cancel their plans and avoid non-essential travel over the long weekend.

*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.

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