Trudeau and Macron bonding at the G20 Summit are #FriendshipGoals AF

French President Emmanuel Macron (right) laughs with Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

Great news, everyone! Your new favorite bromance between Justin Trudeau and Emmanuel Macron is still out there, surviving and thriving.

The dreamy Canadian Prime Minister and French President had a chance to catch up at the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany this week — and thanks to exclusive footage shared by German Chancellor Angela Merkel, we can confirm their bromance looks as strong as ever.

Merkel’s video, which was posted to her German cabinet, the Bundesregierung’s, Facebook page, is only 43 seconds long, but it shows us all we need to know Trudeau and Macron are making the most of their time together. 😍

Let us now lovingly dissect the THREE precious times in less than a minute of footage that the bros are spotted together…

The handshake and BFF hug

No awkwardness here! Trudeau and Macron greeted each other with an immediate handshake before making a seamless transition into that half-hug thing that really tight friends do. With a pat on the back and a momentary embrace, the two leaders shared a touching welcome.

The elite sub-party

As Gilmore Girls character Logan Huntzberger once said, "Lesson one in coping with painfully boring parties, form a sub-party." Now, while a massive gathering of important world leaders is probably far from boring, Trudeau and Macron are definitely in sub-party mode. They are standing mere feet away from the place where Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin met, but do they CARE? No. They are the only two people in the room.

The intimate couch chat

After things got settled, the bros moved their deep convo over to the couch to achieve peak chill. In this beautifully timed shot Trudeau can be seen leaning on cozy furniture of some sort with his leg crossed while engaging Macron, drink-in-hand, in some more private chatter. *heavy sigh*

This bromance for the ages delighted the internet back in May when the two leaders had a private, romantic-looking meeting at the G7 summit in Sicily, Italy. And clearly, Macron and Trudeau still seem to be going strong.

Long live this love.

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