“Easy Come, Easy Go” Justin Trudeau should’ve gone home!
The Prime Minister of Canada is making headlines for allegedly indulging in a bit too much bubbly and participating in a sing-along.
Trudeau has been in London the past few days for Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral.
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The State Funeral was held on Monday, September 19, and prior to the big day Trudeau and his crew reportedly indulged in some libations to drown their sorrows away.
Trudeau was one of the many world leaders who have been in the UK in preparation for Her Majesty’s monumental funeral.
The PM and his posse have been staying in London at the swanky Corinthia Hotel.
On Saturday, September 17, Trudeau was recorded singing along to Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” following a dinner two days before the State Funeral.
He’s being called “tone deaf” by many online.
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Trudeau looked super casual in a maroon shirt while standing over a piano and singing Queen. Other members of his formal Canadian delegation were with him in the lobby of the London hotel.
According to the Daily Mail, Gregory Charles, a renowned musician from Quebec, was playing the keys while others joined in the tune on Saturday night.
Trudeau was recorded singing the lyrics, “Easy come, Easy go. Little high. Little low.”
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Fans Plead #TrudeauMustGo
The video naturally went viral and garnered negative backlash for the “woke” Prime Minister.
“Embarrassing doesn’t even begin to describe it. Yes, people sometimes need to let off steam. No, there’s no evidence he was drunk. But come on — he’s the Prime Minister, in a public place, on the eve of the Queen’s funeral. And this is how he behaves?” one person tweeted.
One angry Canadian tweeted, “You’ve made us look disgraceful on the world stage (yet again) with your drunken singing during the time of mourning. A little decorum would have been nice but you aren’t capable of it. #TrudeauMustGo.”
“😳😂😂 what a joke,” “I’m so embarrassed” and “tinkerbell is having a blast grieving by the looks of it😳,” were among the other comments on the video of Trudeau singing.
Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8th at the age of 96 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland.
On Monday, she was laid to rest at Windsor Castle next to her late husband, Prince Phillip.
Thousands of mourning citizens and fans gathered the streets leading up to Windsor Castle.
The Queen’s corgis and Fell Pony even awaited their Majesty’s coffin arrival.
The Queen’s Corgis Pay Their Final Respects
The Blast reported on her corgis, Muick and Sandy, waiting outside the castle for their late owner.
The late monarch owned more than 30 corgis during her reign and was known for her love of the breed.
The Queen’s deep love for corgis began when she was gifted a corgi puppy, Susan, on her 18th birthday.
Sandy and Muick waited patiently outside of Windsor Castle for their late owner’s coffin to arrive.
The corgis were gifted to Queen Elizabeth II by her son, Prince Andrew.
The Queen’s corgis, Muick and Sandy, sit in the forecourt of Windsor Castle to greet Her Majesty. pic.twitter.com/H02sPv17mY
— Royal Central (@RoyalCentral) September 19, 2022
Sandy and Muick appeared unbothered by the loud noises coming from outside of Windsor Castle’s gates. Even a gunshot went off and the two didn’t flinch or get riled up.
It’s clear they’re used to the fanfare of their late owner.
During Saturday’s procession, a mourner waiting in line to pay their respects to QEII asked Prince William how the dogs were doing.
He assured the fan that he visited them recently and they will be looked after just fine. William added that he’s sure they’ll be spoiled.
It’s been reported that Prince Andrew and his ex-wife, Sarah “Fergie” Ferguson will take ownership of the dogs.
It wasn’t just Queen Elizabeth’s dogs that paid their final respects.
Her Fell Pony, Emma, also greeted the procession while standing on grass among the floral tributes along the Long Walk.