Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau And Wife Sophie Officially Separate!

On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau revealed on social media that he and his wife, Sophie are divorcing after 18 years of marriage.

“After many meaningful and difficult conversations, we have made the difficult decision to separate,” Trudeau posted on Instagram.


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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau also tweeted a similar statement. The couple has three children: Xavier, 15, Ella-Grace, 14, and Hadrien, nine. They requested that the public respect their privacy to ensure our children’s ” well-being.”

The Trudeaus have signed a legal separation agreement, according to a statement from the Prime Minister’s Office.

“They remain a close family,” according to the statement. “Both parents will be an ever-present presence in their children’s lives, and Canadians can expect to see the family together frequently.” The family will go on vacation starting next week.”

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau And Wife Sophie Officially Separate

The couple, who married in 2005, frequently publicly supported each other. In a Vogue magazine article, the couple described how they first met as youngsters, when Sophie was in the same elementary school as the future politician’s brother, and then again in 2003 at a Montreal charity event. A few months later, the two went out to dinner, and towards the end, he remarked to Vogue, “I’m 31 years old, and I’ve been waiting for you for 31 years.”

Trudeau will be the first prime minister since his father and mother divorced in 1977 to go through a divorce while still in government. According to the National Post, then-Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau’s wife Margaret moved to New York City with her husband, who was 29 years her senior, and three sons. Six years later, she filed for divorce.

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