Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Is Greeting In London By A Vast Chorus Of Boos


This past Monday as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau found himself the target of extreme heckling and booing as he made his way to London proper just prior to the funeral for Queen Elizabeth II.

Groups of protesters heckled and booed Trudeau after he was called out over this past weekend in the wake of a video coming to light that showed him partying it up throughout the official mourning period for The Queen as mandated in Canada.

Keean Bexte, a journalist, put out a video of the incident on social media, expressing: "Trudeau booed outside of Canada House after he was caught singing Queen hours before the funeral."

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Trudeau was caught singing "Bohemian Rhapsody" while in London's Corinthia Hotel this past Saturday evening, which kicked off a string of immediate outrage onling due to the author of the song which he was singing being Queen.

"After dinner on Saturday, Prime Minister joined a small gathering with members of the Canadian delegation, who have come together to pay tribute to the life and service of Her Majesty," explained one spokesperson for Prime Minister Trudeau. "Gregory Charles, a renowned musician from Quebec and Order of Canada recipient, played piano in the hotel lobby which resulted in some members of the delegation including the prime minister joining."

Multiple thousands clogged the streets of London this past Monday on a quite fittingly gloomy day to step through and bid farewell to the Queen in hopes of catching a glimpse at her casket as it was carried throughout the city as part of the royal procession for her expansive grand state funeral.

The casket of the Queen first left out of Westminster Hall, where she had been lying in state, to Westminster Abbey. At the Abbey, The Queen received a proper funeral service which was attended by over 2,000 individuals, including the various heads of state from all over the world. Both President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden were also in attendance at the event.

Massive crowds of people from all over the United Kingdom started to line up this pat Sunday evening in order to guarantee a spot in the crowd in order to express their final goodbyes to the long-reigning monarch. Many started to make preparations for this historic event as soon as they were given news of her passing on the 8th of September.

The entire city seemed to be clad in black for the day of mourning as the various accents from all over the U.K. could be heard crying and praying. Most of the crowd in attendance spent the duration in a stark silence seemingly in reverent observance of the ceremony.

Even those who have not been vocal supporters of the royal family made sure to pay their respects to the dearly departed leader.

 

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