On Friday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau took his daughter, Ella-Grace, to the Calgary Stampede and the photos speak for themselves. The daddy-daughter duo is just too cute.
Both wore a traditional cowboy hat (Trudeau's was white, while his seven-year-old opted for pink), which protected them from the rain. But the grey weather didn't dampen their spirits. They were all smiles as they flipped pancakes together and took in some midway rides. Clearly, they enjoyed their special time together.
This isn't Ella-Grace's first time at Calgary's annual event. In 2012, she and her older brother, Xavier, attended the 100th Stampede with both their parents. At the time, Trudeau was still considering whether or not to run for Liberal leadership.
They came back with their dad in 2014.
Ella-Grace also accompanied her dad on a visit to the Sweetgrass Lodge at Stampede Park. There, they joined Indigenous elders in a traditional prayer.