Fans are going IN on Princess Eugenie after she made a mistake in her latest Instagram post.
Princess Eugenie shared a post dedicated to her sister Princess Beatrice yesterday on account of National Sibling Day but fans were quick to point out that she made a grammar mistake in her caption.
Fans started commenting on the fact that Princess Eugenie had mixed up “your” with “you’re” and they weren’t letting her away with it.
Taking to the social media platform, Princess Eugenie said:
“Happy National Siblings Day… and to my big sister, your the best especially when helping me and my dress into the getaway car. #nationalsiblingday“.
However, her followers were eager to point out that the 29-year-old’s mix-up and they really wanted to let her know.
Multiple comments flooded in pointing out her mistake, a very common grammatical error.
However, others were quick to stand up for the royal princess saying that it happens to everyone, at one point or another.
One person wrote:
“Even royals make spelling/grammar errors. We’ve allllll done it – Let it go”
“It’s freaking Instagram. Why are most of the comments on here from the grammar police?”.
Princess Eugenie, a director at the art gallery Hauser & Wirth, actively uses Instagram to engage with her 860,000 plus followers, most recently from her wedding.
Eugenie married Jack Brooksbank in October of last year with the ceremony taking place at St George’s Chapel, Windor Castle.
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This was the second royal wedding of 2018 with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle saying their vows in May of last year.