Justin Trudeau dressed as Clark Kent for Halloween, and it’s little too self-aware
Canadian prime minister and world leader poster boy, Justin Trudeau, dressed up for Halloween, and well, it’s a little bit too self-aware. Trudeau stealthily dressed as Clark Kent, and exposed himself as Superman. That’s right, Superman.
Trudeau has become a little darling of American media in the last year, as the country looks north and asks: “Why can’t we have a young, good-looking, thoughtful leader, like Canada?”
In celebration of Halloween, Justin Trudeau arrived for House duties dressed as Clark Kent, Superman's alter ego. https://t.co/0HoXZVefoY pic.twitter.com/JBhkvmmNFC
— CBC News (@CBCNews) October 31, 2017
The leader later went trick-and-treating with his family at Ottawa’s Rideau Hall, glimpses of which were shared on social media.
Halloween with @JustinTrudeau and family pic.twitter.com/PlPU2iZPrU
— Adam Scotti 🇨🇦📷 (@AdamScotti) October 31, 2017
Justin Trudeau wasn’t the only Canadian parliamentarian in a costume as many of his colleagues joined him in the spirit of Halloween.
Statler and Waldorf (me) had a great time today meeting with Prime Minister Clark Kent and lots of other MP's. Happy Halloween to my seat mate @avalonMPKen! pic.twitter.com/DlXppnGabI
— Bryan May (@_BryanMay) October 31, 2017
Got a red liquid on my suit before voting in the #HouseofCommons #HappyHalloween https://t.co/bC9C4URjQY pic.twitter.com/VfsF1YPSGK
— RobertFalconOuellett (@DrRobbieO) October 31, 2017
So this happened today in the House of Commons! Must be Halloween! Thanks to Statler and Waldorf for dropping by. @liberal_party pic.twitter.com/56jtnHeO2u
— Darren Fisher (@DarrenFisherNS) October 31, 2017
Last year, Justin Trudeau dressed as a character from Le Petit Prince, a French children’s book. His youngest son Hadrien dressed as the “prince”.