The Prime Minister as well as Canadian piano player Gregory Charles. In a London hotel’s foyer, Justin & Gregory, both were found singing a well-known Queen song. That is, on a Saturday night.
On the evening of Saturday the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was captured on video singing. Hence, along the iconic Queen track “Bohemian Rhapsody” in a lobby of a hotel in London. That is, two days before the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
A Short Clip Shared On Social Media – Justin Trudeau Singing:
Social media is where a short clip was shared widely. Thus, the clip features Trudeau. Hence, singing the tune with Quebec Radio host and pianist Gregory Charles.
“After dinner on the Saturday. The Canadian Prime Minister attended a small gathering of people from the Canadian delegation. The delegation who came together to honour the service. Apart from the service. Thus, the life of Her Majesty the Queen,” read a statement. Hence, released by The Star by the office of the prime minister.
Involved in a variety of activities is the PM over the last 10 days. Thus, in order to pay tribute his to the Queen. And today the entire delegation will be attending the state funeral,” it said.
Charles Henri, an Order of Canada recipient, also made an interview for the Star.
“Have not watched a video but I did. Along with an uninvolved group of Canadians have the pleasure of spending some wonderful time. That is, in the late evening on a Saturday. Also, there was an instrument in the lobby, and I played some U.K. tunes as a spontaneous tribute.”
Trudeau made up a large Canadian contingent at the queen’s funeral. The delegation also included Governor General Mary Simon and several former governors general and premier ministers.