Justin Trudeau: – In severe weather:

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau (50) and his wife Sophie Grégoire Trudeau (47) were among the guests who attended Queen Elizabeth’s funeral on Monday.

Criticized: – Insensitive

Now there are more people reacting to the Prime Minister’s behavior ahead of the funeral. Recently, a video of Trudeau was leaked on social media, where he sings Queen’s hit song “Bohemian Rhapsody” in a hotel lobby in London.

This should have happened just a few days before the queen’s funeral, which many describe as irresponsible behaviour. This is reported by a number of media, including The Guardian.

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– A national shame

In the much-discussed video, which has 1.5 million views as of Tuesday night, Trudeau can be seen leaning against a piano while Gregory Charles, a musician from Montreal, initiates an ever-so-small sing-along at the hotel.

These were present

These were present

It has not been revealed who filmed the video, but it has as of now been published hundreds of times on several social platforms.

Now more people are reacting on Twitter.

“He’s there as a representative of Canada to mourn the death of our head of state, and that’s what he decides to do? Sorry, this is completely irresponsible and a national shame,” criticizes one user.

“Seriously @JustinTrudeau?? You’re tone deaf if you don’t realize how inappropriate this actually is,” follows up another.

Receives selfie criticism: - Clearly planned

Receives selfie criticism: – Clearly planned

Andrew Coyne, columnist in the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail, does not hold back on his criticism either.

“Embarrassing is not enough to describe this. Yes, sometimes people need to let off steam. No, there is no evidence that he was drunk. But come on – he’s the Prime Minister, in a public place, just before the Queen’s funeral. And that’s how he behaves?”, he rages on Twitter.

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– Tribute to the Queen

Despite the criticism, a spokesperson has also defended the behavior of the Canadian Prime Minister.

“After dinner on Saturday, the Prime Minister joined a small gathering of members of the Canadian delegation, who have come together to pay tribute to Her Majesty’s life and service,” the spokesperson said.

Rage against the king: “Worrying”

It was added that Trudeau had taken part in various activities to show respect for Queen Elizabeth while in London, according to The Guardian.

The Prime Minister’s spokesperson also said musician Gregory Charles played a number of songs on the piano, “resulting in some members of the delegation, including the Prime Minister, joining in.”