Canadian Prime Justin Trudeau has done it again. Internet’s beloved Trudeau showed up for Question Period dressed as Superman’s alter ego Clark Kent.
On his way to Canada’s House of Commons for Question Period, Trudeau, sporting slick gelled hair, a blue suit with red tie and Clark Kent’s signature glasses, surprised the assembled staff and journalists who were waiting for him.
Before rushing in to fulfil his parliamentarian duties, he opened his shirt to expose the Superman costume hidden underneath, quipping in both official languages that it was a big shock to see the prime minister dressed as a journalist, but “you know, gotta do it.”
— CBC News (@CBCNews) October 31, 2017
The leader later went trick-and-treating with his family at Ottawa’s Rideau Hall.
Justin Trudeau wasn’t the only parliamentarian who came dressed in a costume. Many other MP’s in the House joined him in the spirit of Halloween.
— Bryan May (@_BryanMay) October 31, 2017
— Mark Holland (@markhollandlib) October 31, 2017
— RobertFalconOuellett (@DrRobbieO) October 31, 2017
This is not the first time Trudeau has dressed up in a costume for Halloween. For his first year in office, he chose Han Solo of ‘Star Wars’ fame. Last year he dressed up as a pilot from the French children’s book “Le Petit Prince,” while his son, Hadrien, went as the title character.