For the second time this month, Pope Francis met with another international political figure in the person of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, wearing the same glum look.
Judging from the gloomy look in his face, the head of the Catholic Church didn’t seem to be amused at all.
Just weeks after he met with US President Donald Trump, the beloved pontiff once again showcased the same level of enthusiasm—or lack of it—during a photo-op with Trudeau.
His seemingly uninspired expression on both photos, meanwhile, might just be purely coincidental, but the internet wasn’t buying it.
Soon enough, Twitter was flooded with Pope Francis’ “resting Pope face” memes.
It turns out that it’s called “resting Pope’s face.” RPF. pic.twitter.com/F8lILE2Gd3
— Stephano (@primal_tweet) May 29, 2017
One Twitter user, however, suggested that the Pope might just dislike politicians in general.
Maybe Pope Francis just doesn’t like politicians. pic.twitter.com/ZF0tw3lZEQ
— Matt Harris (@mattfharris) May 29, 2017
Get you a Pope who can do both pic.twitter.com/MUNWclII3W
— Thierry Côté (@tcote) May 29, 2017
A separate photo, meanwhile, featured the Pope who was all smiles during a conversation with Trudeau. Khristian Ibarrola /ra