Earlier this week fans spotted something not quite right with one of Kylie Jenner's most recent social media posts, after she took to Twitter to announce the launch of Kylie Skin websites in a number of countries.
The tweet was to promote her new Kylie Skin websites in the UK, France, Germany and Australia, which are due to launch on Wednesday 7th next week.
"hi guys, my team is working hard on my @kylieskin sites for the UK, Germany, France and Australia and we have a new launch date of October 7! Can’t wait!"
Beneath the message Kylie linked the new websites alongside each of the nations' respective flags, but it didn't take long for fans to spot a slight issue...
"Not the Australian flag but good try darl x," former radio host Keegan Bakker tweeted, following up with another tweet saying, "HUGE moment for the Southern Sandwich Islands, though, whose flag that is."
Yep, Kylie had mistakenly used the flag for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, a small collection of Islands in the southern Atlantic Ocean, instead of the Australian flag.
Several followers pointed out that if you type in 'Australia' your phone will instantly bring up the correct flag, so they were a bit unsure as to how the mistake had been made...
Some people didn't understand how the tweet had got through the editing process, with one follower asking, "And since it’s promo I’m sure her manager went over this?"
Meanwhile, others just wanted to know why she was only launching international websites for Kylie Skin and not Kylie Cosmetics.
Either way, big congrats to the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.
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