If you haven't seen it, it's a side on of the two great leaders across the sort of table you get in a private jet.
Perhaps, unusually, both are wearing masks. Given the pandemic is over according to Joe Biden who said you don’t see masks anywhere these days, so he clearly hasn’t been flying Air Justin.
The irony is the feedback on the post. No one sees the masks as anything other than a stunt. They call it "mask theatre."
Many pointing out that it was the same Trudeau on Saturday night London time mid-lobby possibly drunk, singing his heart out without a mask in sight
So no mask for the sing-a-long, but by the time they clamber on board the private jet, he needs to be virtually alone in a room with one other and a photographer complete with Covid protection.
His post tells us what he talked about. They reflected on the Queen, he doesn't mention the karaoke. But then he does mention how they talked about climate change and the need to do more and better to save the planet.
I kid you not.
He is on his own private jet, having been asked not to fly privately to the funeral.
He has a climate warrior sitting opposite, one of the south Pacific's most vociferous climate warriors, drumming up dreams and plans of a clean environment for our kids and their kids. All at the same time laying down about as bad a carbon footprint as you can possibly achieve all by one's self.
The word hypocrite not only comes to mind. It is splashed across the post by the vast majority of those who weighed in probably as gobsmacked as me.
Somehow, as they sat there getting photographed together in the worst polluting form of modern transport going, they at no point joined enough dots to work out that what they were doing, what they looked like, what their track record states, and yet what their actions portray. It's the height or arrogance, hypocrisy, and an extraordinary talent at being tone bloody deaf.
I haven't even got around to the spread laid out in front of them. Yesterday, I joked about the champagne. I shouldn’t have.
Along with the tray of first class, private jet type food are, of course, the glasses of something nice. Could be cocktails, could be Evian, who knows?
What I do know is champagne socialists are insufferable. Asking us to do as they say, but clearly not as they do.
Mike Hosking is a New Zealand television and radio broadcaster. He currently hosts The Mike Hosking Breakfast show on NewstalkZB on weekday mornings.