Prince Harry, Prince William, Justin Trudeau In One Frame: 'Le Trio Sexy' Makes The Internet Swoon

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Apr 12, 2017 05:07 PM EDT

The 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge was a special occasion for France where dignitaries were invited to commemorate the event. The Battle of Vimy Ridge is a pivotal fight that occurred during World War I as part of the Battle of Arras. The battle that took place in the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region of France is a significant moment in the history of France. This year, the commemoration ceremony turned out to be even more special with the honorable presence of the "Le Trio Sexy."

The 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge also created a historical moment albeit a very different one. The commemoration ceremony was graced by the presence of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The yoga-loving and incredibly handsome Prime Minister of Canada is, no doubt, the Internet's apple of the eye.

Trudeau's visit sends a tizzy over the web with the gallant, handsome hunk Prime Minister taking over the media. But that was not all as the celebration did not end there. Following Justin Trudeau, the media also caught sight of two more attractive people, Prince William and Prince Harry, who were also there to grace the same occasion, revealed Mail Online.

With the presence of the three Internet heartthrobs at the same place naturally, the media went crazy, clicking the picture of the three fine looking men posing together. The French Press even went further and captioned the picture of the trio as "Le trio sexy" or the hot three. The ravishing picture also worked its magic on the Internet where the community went on an overdrive swooning over the photos of the trio. The comment boxes poured in with admiration and crazy fan antics, reported Perez Hilton.

The Duke of Cambridge Prince William and Prince Harry visited the centenary commemoration of France in tow with their father, Prince Charles. Check out the sexy trio in the video below.

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