Hadrien Trudeau playing cricket is a moment we’ll cherish forever

first_imgCanadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been making headlines ever since he landed in India with his family, for a seven-day trip. The Trudeaus have been touring across the country, visiting historical sites, meeting politicians and celebrities, while having all eyes glued on them.Today, on the sixth day of their trip, the Trudeaus made an early morning visit to Jama Masjid, Delhi, where the PM’s wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau, was spotted wearing a traditional outfit–something the Trudeaus have been doing since their visit to Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad.Also Read: Chef Vikas Khanna just taught the Trudeaus how to make rotis at the Golden TempleWhile there has been a lot of speculation over this highly anticipated trip, one has to admit that there is someone who has been in the limelight as much as the Prime Minister himself–his three-year-old son, Hadrien Trudeau.The little munchkin, who has impressed one and all with his innocence, won over everyone’s hearts yet again, when he was seen trying to hold a bat with his cute, little hands today. The Trudeaus made a visit to Modern School, Delhi, after their visit to Jama Masjid, where the family played cricket.Clad in a striped, white-blue shirt, and a pair of cashew-coloured trousers, Hadrien looked cute as a button, especially with the big, red baseball cap on.The Trudeau-children wore red baseball caps, while the Prime Minister wore a red jersey, looking handsome as ever. Accompanying the family to the field was former Indian cricket team captain Mohammad Azharuddin, who was seen helping Hadrien hit the ball.advertisement The Trudeaus playing cricket at Modern School, Delhi. Picture courtesy: ReutersAlso Read: Justin Trudeau’s adorable son, Hadrien, is having a good time in IndiaTrying his best, and looking disappointed with himself, Hadrien’s expressions were adorable as he struggled to play with the heavy cricket bat. The Trudeaus playing cricket at Modern School, Delhi. Picture courtesy: ReutersWhile Hadrien was having a hard time, his elder siblings, Xavier Trudeau and Ella Grace, seemed to be enjoying the sport. Xaviers Trudeau playing cricket at Modern School, Delhi. Picture courtesy: ReutersInterestingly, a Class 12 student from Modern School, Harshvardhan Singh, who came to know about the Trudeaus’ visit to school, has requested the PM to meet him. The student has tweeted to the Prime Minister:@nadirypatel @JustinTrudeau Respecté Premier ministre Mr. Justin Trudeau, un très bon matin à toi.Je vous souhaite la cordialement bienvenue à École Moderne, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, INDE aujourd’hui (22 février 2018)Harshvardhan SinghModern School,Barakhamba Road pic.twitter.com/O7DETf6JIpHARSHVARDHAN SINGH (@harshvardhan579) 22 February 2018It’d be interesting to see if the humble Prime Minsiter pays heed to this warm request by Harshvardhan Singh.last_img

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