If we could bottle up Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and sprinkle him over 10 Downing Street, the House of Commons and the rest of the world's political establishments, we have a feeling the world would be a much more peaceful, fun-loving and darn cool place.
Not only did the guy name a gender balanced cabinet 'because it's 2015', he's been known to flirt with the Queen, break a move on the dance floor and open up about his experiences with marijuana.
Oh, and he can balance babies on one hand - how about that?
However, in Trudeau's latest list of badass moments as a politician, he decided this week would serve as the perfect opportunity to hang out with a little girl from Manitoba for the day. Because, yeah, that's the kind of guy he is.
According to CBC Kids, Bella, a 5-year-old from Thompson, Manitoba, won a contest to become Canada's 'Prime Minister For A Day', which involved her spending the day with the 45-year-old PM.
As most people do when they meet the leader of their country, Bella asked the PM whether they could build a pillow fort in his office together. And it took about four seconds before Trudeau was running around his office finding suitable materials for their den.
Of course, the photos from the build are suitably adorable.
CBC Kids shared photos of the pair building their fort on their Facebook page, in which the duo can be seen moving chairs, adding cushions because Justin's office lacked some much-needed bed pillows, and using the politician's wooden table as a walled structure to hold up their maple leaf-covered blanket roof.
So, how did Bella win such a monumental moment with the PM?
Well, apparently it was because of her kicks answer when questioned what she would do if she could nab his title for the day.
'As prime minster, I would make sure everyone has homes and everyone is safe,' she said.
'I would hug everyone. I would make sure animals and the world around us are kept safe. I would make sure every Canadian is healthy. I would show kindness to everyone,' she added.
What was that noise? Oh, just the sound of our ovaries exploding across the office.
CBC Kids will air the segment 'Prime Minister For A Day' during Canada Day Special on 1 July.