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A sculpture of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is being made out of butter.
Before you think this is another one of those endearing media-friendly appearances that we've become exceedingly familiar with, we have to point out that this is actually a tradition.
Since 1924, they've been a national treasure, even the Prince of Wales has been depicted alongside his horse in the Canadian Pavilion at the British Empire Exhibition.
So obviously, Justin Trudeau has been immortalised rendered in cow juice.
Artist sculpting Trudeau holding 🐼 🐼 out of butter. Any Questions? #CNEmath #AnyQs https://t.co/VirYfwo0bb — Julien Alexandre (@Julien Alexandre)
@JustinTrudeau Mr. Trudeau in butter at The Ex! https://t.co/e1WCEgTYFS — adriana arevalo (@adriana arevalo)
The sculpture drew inspiration from a 2016 photo of Justin Trudeau with two newborn pandas at the Toronto Zoo.
Trudeau helped named the pandas, called Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue, which mean Canadian Hope and Canadian Joy, respectively.
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