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The unlikely photo of Sanna Marin, Prime Minister of Finland, in a sequined dress at the Flow Festival

2022-08-13T15:03:36.757Z

After discussing the evolution of the music industry in the country, the head of government went to the concerts, swapping her costume for her most beautiful dress of light.



In 2019, Sanna Marin was appointed, at just 34 years old, Prime Minister of Finland, becoming the youngest head of government in the country's history.

If since then, she has been chaining meetings and official events, the former Minister of Transport also gives herself a few moments of relaxation, which she shares with her approximately 46,000 subscribers on Instagram.

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On Saturday August 13, she went to the Flow Festival, located in Suvilahti in Helsinki, to discuss the evolution of the music industry in the country.

After this round table, Sanna Marin quickly swapped her sober costume for a casual and sequined outfit, ideal for attending the concerts organized as part of the event.

Writer and literary critic Tom Moyan shared a photo on his Twitter account, in which Sana Marin appears in a light suit, accompanied by photographer Janita Autio, herself dressed in wide pants and a pink crop top candy.

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Committed to the LGBT cause

Sanna Marin does not forget her commitments, among which the defense of the environment and the LGBTQ+ cause.

A last fight far from being insignificant since Sanna Marin was raised by her mother and her spouse.

In addition, the Prime Minister of Finland married in August 2020 with Markus Räikkönen, with whom she had had her first child two years earlier.

Source: lefigaro

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