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The Queen's granddaughter took to Instagram yesterday on National Siblings Day to give a shout-out to her elder sister, Princess Beatrice, but found herself being harshly trolled in the comments section. It's just a simple mistake, guys.
Princess Eugenie shared a couple of candid pictures with Beatrice to her social media page yesterday, captioning it: "Happy National Siblings Day... and to my big sister, your the best especially when helping me and my dress into the getaway car. #nationalsiblingday [sic]."
A number of fans quickly spotted her typo - it should be YOU'RE not YOUR in this case, as it's a shortened version of 'you are'.
While others might have managed to get away with the error, it seems like Princess Eugenie could not.
"Imagine being in line to the throne and not knowing it's you're," one person harshly suggested.
While somebody else meanly declared: "Seriously English language mistakes from English royalty? They can't be making such tiny errors. Reflects badly on them. Nobody can for that matter."
And the comments were littered with other people chiming in to correct the mistake, too:
However, others called out those being 'petty' over a simply typo, looking at the bigger picture instead.
"Even royals make spelling/grammar errors. We've allllll done it - Let it go.. Come on!" exclaimed one, before adding: "Lovely photos of two beauty sisters."
"I see all the grammarians and professors of English language. You all only picked or noticed the error and ignore the beauty of the post," echoed another.
Who knew a single spelling mistake could cause so much drama!
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