Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Sophie Trudeau have separated


Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife Sophie are separating after 18 years, following "meaningful and difficult conversations." The couple, who were married in Montreal in 2005 and have three children, have asked for privacy for the well-being of their children. Despite signing a separation agreement, the couple will still make public appearances and will continue to do so moving forward. They have been on holiday as a family next week. The couple has faced challenges in their long-term relationships, including navigating through sunny days and heavy storms. In a wedding anniversary post on Instagram, Sophie Trudeau shared her experiences with her husband, who has also spoken about their marriage challenges. Trudeau, 51, and Sophie, 48, began dating in 2003 and are known for their charity work around mental health and eating disorders. They are the second Canadian prime minister to announce separation while in office, following his father, Pierre Elliott Trudeau, and mother Margaret Trudeau, who split in 1977 after six years together.


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