Surprise! You are not the only one who was smirking on Justin Trudeau’s choice of outfits during his recent India visit.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited India recently with his wife and three kids. Surprisingly, the visit was anything but well.
Firstly, the trip started on a disappointing note as Trudeau and his family were received by none of the member of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet but by a minister of state. While the reports of Trudeau being snubbed rudely flooded the internet, it was his choice of outfits, or we rather daresay ‘costumes,’ that attracted more attention than his strategic moves.
While we might not have stopped drooling over Trudeau in Indian outfits, his time in India attracted a lot of criticism for its lack of official business and more of a family vacation with the excessive photo-ops and insensitive overuse of Indian clothing (and that too reportedly funded by Canadian taxpayer).
While politicians and commoners back in Canada sulked over their PM’s “behavior in India,” as reported by Economic Times, Twitterati surely had a field day as they seemed to have stumbled upon a gold mine of memes.
Sorry Canadians, I never had so much fun in my life.
I’m just wondering, how will his Muslim friends react to this newly found ‘friendship’?#LooneyLeft #Trudeau pic.twitter.com/aFn9K0htRe
— R&G (@rgenci57) February 23, 2018
In which Country will #Trudeau turn up next uninvited?
Most importantly in what outfit?
I know there will be a compulsory🧣 as part of it, but what color?
(If it’s Ireland it will be darker green, if it’s a Muslim country it will be a lighter green, that much I’m sure of) pic.twitter.com/r8Djpw0Sbi
— R&G (@rgenci57) February 24, 2018
— Bojan Davidoviç (@Espen_vdH) February 24, 2018
— Harpreet Matta 🇮🇳🇦🇺 (@Matta_ism) February 23, 2018
Important questions to ask yourself before stepping out in traditional garb.
Are you of that culture?
Are you going to a wedding?
Are you married to someone of that culture and going to a festival?
If you answered NO to these questions, DON’T PLAY DRESS UP!#Cdnpoli #Trudeau pic.twitter.com/ZqGF8NmVjM
— David Jacobs (@DrJacobsRad) February 21, 2018
— Mike Allen (@AMike4761) February 23, 2018
— Berty Fishface🐟 (@bertyfish) February 25, 2018
Bollywood has found its new Tom Alter Justin Treadeau could play the typical firang villain.
— TheMadScientist (@jdshastri26) February 23, 2018
Justin Trudeau’s India visit has proved one thing.
He has more Indian outfits than all the men in my family combined!
— Anu Menon (@ExLolaKutty) February 22, 2018
Just in: Justin to replace Saif in Mahi Ve, SRK impressed with look test! pic.twitter.com/sy9a5Bo1Ik
— Shilpa Rathnam (@shilparathnam) February 21, 2018
While the internet continued to mock Justin, it was his youngest son 3-year-old Hadrien Trudeau who stole our heart.
The thug life of Hadrien Trudeau, youngest child of Justin Trudeau pic.twitter.com/ZeSh54AEUB
— Arnab Goswami (@unoffarnab) February 25, 2018
— Bhavani Krishna (@bhavanitweeting) February 23, 2018
— Adarsh Hegde (@adarshdgp) February 23, 2018
Hadrien Trudeau’s shenanigans on the India trip are really my life goals.
— Tanvi (@tanvi_r90) February 26, 2018
This kid has no chills. Hadrien Trudeau for PM, CM and Prez pic.twitter.com/bS16nOtcCH
— GB (@ganeshmrp10) February 25, 2018