He’s the hottie with heart, but Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has long been playing just the political field because his heart belongs to one woman: wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.
The pair, who wed in 2005 and share three children, are consistently effusive in their affection for each other, and their playful spark was on display Wednesday night when they attended a performance of Come From Away, a Canadian production on Broadway, alongside special invited guests Ivanka Trump and U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley.
Although the first daughter has been spotted looking starry-eyed at the prime minister, the 45-year-old politician only had eyes for his 41-year-old wife, as evidenced by images of them sharing an Eskimo kiss and several intimate glances.
But Wednesday was far from the only time their love was evident. Here’s a sampling of the other times the pair shared their love with the world:
Nose kisses are clearly the pair’s go-to move, as evidenced by this shot of the two cozying up in Montreal on October 20, 2015, after he won the general election.
But real kisses are clearly sanctioned in public as well, as evidenced by this shot of the pair on the same night celebrating his big win.
Last July, the pair joined the love-fest during the 38th Annual Vancouver Pride Parade.
And shared a couples-only glance during the Toronto International Film Festival in 2012.
The pair clearly know how to stay connected on the red carpet, as evidenced by this shot of them holding hands at the JUNO Awards in 2006.
And you can pretty much just feel the love in this carefree shot snapped shortly after they exchanged vows in Montreal’s Sainte-Madeleine D’Outremont Church on May 28, 2005.
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The duo also don’t hesitate to share their love on social media.
A week ago, Grégoire Trudeau shared an image of herself holding hands with her husband to celebrate International Women’s Day, and encouraged others to share an image with their “male ally.” Although the post received some criticism, no one could argue that their love for one another shone through.
The politician shared this shot of the pair in a loving embrace two years ago.
Finally, on Valentine’s Day last month, Grégoire Trudeau shared sweet images of the first couple hitting the slopes and getting affectionate — and even let slip her pet name for her beloved.
“Love you baby,” she wrote. “Especially our laugh lines as we age!”