Clearly Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau have all the elegance of Justin's parents, Pierre and Margaret Trudeau.
Donning a dark suit with a white shirt and blue tie, Justin looked dapper for the occasion. A red poppy sat on the left lapel of his suit jacket. Sophie opted for a long, white belted overcoat by Sentaler, also sporting a poppy. Underneath her coat, she wore a black and navy dress by Erdem, with embroidered detailing on the bodice and neckline.
Some photos of Pierre and Margaret:
Joining the chic couple for the grand entrance was the rest of Justin's cabinet.
The group entrance sparked comparisons to Justin's father's walk to Rideau Hall with his cabinet for his swearing-in ceremony in 1968.
And while Justin's arrival at Rideau Hall wasn't quite as "Reservoir Dogs"-esque as his father's arrival in 1968, it was still pretty epic in its own right.
This marks the first time in Canadian history that a prime minister's son has held the office. Pierre was in power from 1968 to 1979 and 1980 to 1984.
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