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Sophie Grégoire Trudeau Wears Beaufille On The Cover Of Châtelaine

Looking cool and chic in Beaufille.

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau has landed yet another cover of Chatelaine magazine, and this time, she's looking cooler and more edgy than ever.

For the French version of the glossy's July 2016 issue, the 41-year-old wife of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dons a pair of high-waisted black trousers with a handmade off-the-shoulder top made of embroidered yarn by Canadian label, Beaufille.

To add to the relaxed, chill vibe, Grégoire Trudeau's long locks were left down in soft curls, while her eye makeup was done dark and dramatic. A nude lip completed the beauty look.

The cover is quite different from Sophie's April 2016 covershoot for the magazine's English edition. The close-up shot sees the mother of three wearing a navy Dennis Merotto jumpsuit and sporting blushed cheeks and pink lips.

Sophie recently made headlines for "stealing the show" at the Press Gallery Dinner on June 4. At the annual event, which hosts journalists who cover Parliament, and politicians and government officials, Trudeau cheekily asked his wife what she was wearing, to which she replied, "I’m wearing Canadian. All Canadian." (For the record, she was wearing UNTTLD, winners of The Swarovski Award for Emerging Talent, Fashion at the 2016 Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards, at which Sophie was also in attendance.)

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his wife joke around at the press gallery dinner on Saturday. (Photo: Justin Tang/Canadian Press)

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