The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie have separated.

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Canadian Prim Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie Gregoire Trudeau are divorcing, Trudeau announced on his Instagram account on Wednesday.

The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and wife Sophie have separated.

Trudeau stated that following “many meaningful and difficult conversations” with Sophie, “we have made the decision to separate.”

“As always, we remain a close family with deep love and respect for each other and for everything we have built and will continue to build,” the author wrote.

He pleaded that their privacy be protected to ensure the health of their children.

After teaching for several years at the University of Vancouver, Trudeau returned to Montreal in 2002, where he was introduced to Gregoire Trudeau in 2002, according to his biography. Canadian PM’s official biography..

“In the year 2002 Justin went back to Montreal where he was introduced to Sophie Gregoire. They were married in 2005 and are now parents of Xavier Ella-Grace as well as Hadrien,” it wrote.

On the Trudeau’s Liberal Party website, Gregoire Trudeau gained a diploma in communications from the University of Montreal, later working in advertising and sales before becoming a TV or radio news reporter.

In an account on Instagram to celebrate their anniversary of marriage in the year 2000, Gregoire Trudeau said they were “navigated through sunny days, heavy storms, and everything in between and it ain’t over.”

She further stated: “Long-term relationships are challenging in many ways. They require constant work with flexibility, flexibility, compromise sacrifice, dedication to perseverance, patience, and many more. We are all imperfect and there isn’t a ideal relationship, however love is only real when it protects you and frees you from fear and helps you grow.”

The two went to King Charles King Charles’ coronation in London earlier in May as well as a visit together with US president Joe Biden in March.

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