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Sophie Grégoire, Justin Trudeau's Wife, Full Of Surprises (PHOTOS)

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Ever since Justin Trudeau entered the Liberal leadership race, Canada's media has produced a flood of content on every crack and crevice of his character. But what about his wife?

Sophie Grégoire-Trudeau is an impressive figure in her own right. A television host and mother of two, she also does work for a number of different charities.

But she has a fun side too. Check out the slideshow below for proof.

14. She's An Only Child

Grégoire is the only child of a stockbroker and a former nurse. She grew up in Sainte-Adèle, Que. and Montreal.

13. She Suffered From Bulimia

Grégoire has said she suffered from bulimia as a teen and now works with the BACA clinic to help others dealing with eating disorders.

12. She Studied Multiple Subjects Too

Her husband is famous for his disparate degrees, but Grégoire also explored a number of different career paths while at school. She first studied commerce at McGill before earning a B.A. in Communications from the Université de Montreal.

11. Not Everyone Loves Her

10. She Likes Solitude

9. She Has Musical Ambitions

8. She's A Bath Person

7. She Went To School With Trudeau's Brother

Grégoire attended school with Trudeau's younger brother Michel, who died in an avalanche in 1998 at the age of 23.

6. She Speaks Three Languages

Grégoire's native tongue is French, but she also speaks English and Spanish.

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5. Yoga Enthusiast

4. She Helped Design Her Own Wedding Dress

3. She Was A Personal Shopper

Grégoire once worked as a personal shopper at the upscale department store Holt Renfrew.

2. Not A Fan Of Trudeau's Potty Mouth

1. She Has Skydived

Grégoire has jumped out a plane and has admitted that she loves extreme sports.

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