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Trudeau in India: Canadian PM's son steals the show

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has been making headlines with his state visit to India - but has recently been upstaged by a toddler.

In between Bollywood dancing, some slightly cringeworthy outfits and an accidental invitation to an alleged Sikh separatist, Trudeau's had plenty of opportunies to Instagram his trip.

But it's his three-year-old son Hadrien who's been stealing the show during the photo opportunities.

He's showing how to really do a state visit.

Here he is meeting Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

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...who didn't mind playing along

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Have you ever tried to get that perfect group photo...

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...that just didn't quite go to plan?

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Image caption He may only be three, but Hadrien's not averse to a cheeky dab

The PM's Instagram is pretty straight-laced, but his official photographer Adam Scott doesn't seem to mind posting the lighter side of the trip

Hadrien's brother Xavier has been trying to get him in order...

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... but Hadrien got his own back on the cricket pitch

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The three-year-old isn't the first kid to upstage a politician in a photo-op

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Image caption Prince George apparently stayed up a full FIFTEEN minutes after his bedtime to greet Barack Obama on a visit to the UK in 2016
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Image caption It looks like it was after Barron Trump's bedtime here, on the day of his dad's inauguration
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Image caption A young Sasha Obama looks ready for bed on the sidelines of a college basketball match - and so does her mum Michelle

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