Ahead of a potentially life-changing federal vote Monday, Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's wife, Sophie Gregoire-Trudeau, says their family is ready for whatever happens when Canadians cast their ballots.
In an interview broadcast on CTV's Question Period Sunday, the mother of three shared some insights into her family, issues close to her, and the possibility of leading a more public life.
Gregoire-Trudeau says, with just hours before Canadians cast their ballots, she wasn't going to jump the gun.
"There's still … a long way to go, and we won't take one vote for granted – we're almost there but there's so much work to be done," she told Question Period host Robert Fife.
In the event Justin Trudeau wins a mandate to form a new government, she isn't worried about the potential personal impact of moving into 24 Sussex Dr. "Whatever things you go through, you stay true to who you are and your core values," she said.