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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Says Halloween Will Be 'Different' For Their Family This Year

But she shared a sweet photo of how the family is celebrating! 🎃
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Said Halloween Will Be 'Different' For Their Family This Year

Halloween in Canada is going to be a little different this year. In a new post on social media, Sophie GrĂ©goire Trudeau shared an insight into how her family will be safely celebrating the spooky season — and it looks pretty adorable!

In a post shared on October 26, Canada’s first lady admitted that festivities would be a little bit different in the Trudeau household this year.

That said, she noted the “Halloween theme is still going strong around the house!”

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On se prĂ©pare pour l’Halloween Ă  la maison cette annĂ©e! On a cuit les graines de citrouille au four et elles y sont...

Posted by Sophie Grégoire Trudeau on Sunday, October 25, 2020

Posting an adorable photo of her two sons hollowing out a pumpkin, she shared an insight into their seasonal activities.

“We roasted the pumpkin seeds in the oven and they baked a little longer than planned... they were completely charred!” Mrs Trudeau joked in the caption.

The prime minister and his family have proved on multiple occasions that they love the fall season and they’ve shared many photos of their Halloween costumes in the past.

However, during a press conference last week, Justin Trudeau confirmed that his family won't be trick-or-treating in 2020.

"A friend of mine suggested that maybe we could do an Easter style treasure hunt for candy throughout the house and yard," he mused.

While celebrations are certainly going to change this year, it seems there's nothing stopping this family from making the most of the season!

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