This Father’s Day, artists and politicians are taking to the nets to celebrate their father, husband, and friend.
“Happy Father’s Day! Here I am, eyes closed, and I’m gone too early,” the prime minister wrote on Twitter.
The artist whose excellent songs Quebec has been accustomed to since the beginning of the pandemic went there with an interpretation of the piece. handling care, From the Collection of Traveling Wilburys, to honor his father.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
“We wish a Happy Father’s Day to all fathers and grandfathers around the world,” Prince William and Kate Middleton wrote on Instagram, under a photo showing the Duke of Cambridge surrounded by his three children.
“Happy Father’s Day! I’m not, but today, like every day, I have an idea of me who no longer exists. I am honored to be a father. Her influence is significant throughout my life,” MP PQ MP wrote to Matane-Matapédia on Twitter.
“To those who stand, who give, who flatter, who meddle, who patronize, who make people laugh, who listen, who organize, who play, who are there and still are told ‘No, I don’t want you, I want my mother!’ Happy Father’s Day. Comedian Léa Stréliski tweeted “We love you.”
“I couldn’t be more proud of these three or love them more. (And yes, I’m still taller than Xav… at the moment.) To all the dads: I hope you spend time with your loved ones today too. Happy Father’s Day!”, President wrote Ministers of Canada, in an Instagram post accompanied by pictures of his three children.
Marie Solly Dion
“I love you to no end,” the actress wrote on Instagram, in honor of her father and lover.
The singer, songwriter and author wrote a note on Instagram to her lover and son-in-law.
The actress posted a photo on Facebook showing her young age with her father.