Justin Trudeau's Wife Sophie Has Been Diagnosed with Coronavirus
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, has tested positive for the deadly coronavirus.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau, the Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's wife, has joined the list of those who have tested positive for the deadly bug.
"Following medical recommendations, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau was tested for COVID-19 today. The test came back positive."
The statement added that although Sophie was feeling better, she would remain in isolation until further notice.
Justin and Sophie got married in 2005 and subsequently welcomed their three children – Xavier, Ella-Grace, and Hadrien.
CNN further conveyed that the 44-year-old had come down with minor flu-like symptoms on March 11 soon after she attended a speaking engagement in the UK.
Soon after she was confirmed as a carrier of the virus, health officials began reaching out to those that had come in contact with her. Sophie's husband had also been placed in isolation for 14 days as a "precautionary measure."
CNN also added that the Prime Minister's wife had extended her regards to people who had shown her love and support during this period.
As worrying as the situation is, Sophie isn't the only prominent figure who has contracted the disease in recent times.
According to Insider, Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson had announced that they tested positive to the virus while they were in Australia.
Utah Jazz teammates, Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell, have also tested positive. The duo's diagnosis prompted the NBA to hold off on any other games for the rest of its season.
Meanwhile, Biography shared that Justin and Sophie got married in 2005 and subsequently welcomed their three children – Xavier, Ella-Grace, and Hadrien.
In 2014, the Prime Minister made his memoir "Common Ground," in which he shared his experiences as the son of a prime minister, available to the public.