Leo Varadkar and Justin Trudeau broke the internet yesterday with their delightful show of bromance.
The Prime Minister of Canda touched down in Ireland for a three day visit.
— Leo Varadkar (@campaignforleo) July 4, 2017
The Taoiseach and Mr Trudeau sat down in the Dail to discuss international relations.
Once the business talk was over and done with, the pair were seen showcasing their novelty socks and going for a jog in the stunning setting of Phoenix Park.
— Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) July 4, 2017
Ireland has been called a 'thirsty nation' by the international press in the wake of the Canadian Prime Minister's visit, and here are a few of the best tweets that could be the reason:
Justin Trudeau has landed in Ireland. pic.twitter.com/w8XLcHsMfW
— Louise Hodgson (@LouHodg) July 3, 2017
Jesus! If Justin Trudeau was snapped eating a spice bag I think this country would start to tear it's own flesh off with the madness.
— TunEd Smith (@edsongsofpraise) July 4, 2017
Justin Trudeau waved in my general direction today so I'm obviously going to be talking about it for the rest of my life.
— (@Jessi_Coffey) July 4, 2017
As a Tipperary woman and feminist, the image of Justin Trudeau playing hurling does things to me pic.twitter.com/ngk8cbDHLL
— Caoimhe Hogan (@Caoimhe_NiOgain) July 4, 2017
Justin Trudeau is in Dublin. Justin Bieber was here a few weeks ago. You could say, that the people of Ireland are…
— Mark (@mrkhndy) July 4, 2017
"In other news, in a surprise but understandable move the entire population of Ireland has married Canadian president Justin Trudeau."
— Simon Fathers (@adiospantaloons) July 3, 2017
I fear Ireland will lose the run of itself when Trudeau arrives. We'll wind up giving him Galway as a present.
— Damien Owens (@OwensDamien) July 3, 2017