The Bachelor Australia’s Laura Byrne has suffered an embarrassing social media fail.
Potato chip brand Smiths’ public relations team noted at the start of the copy for Laura to “please see the approved caption below (slight tweaks)”.
But Laura clearly didn’t check the caption before copying and pasting the entire text onto her paid Instagram post.
Luckily, the mum-of-two saved face by commenting “dead” with a laughing emoji on Celeb Spellcheck’s callout post, before adding: “But also, how f*cking good are chips”. I mean, that could have been your caption the first time, babe.
She later removed the mistake from the post, leaving the just basic text that was originally sent to her.
The Bachelor’s Laura Byrne Shared an Insta-Mummy Relatable Post
Laura even roped her children and partner Matty “J” Johnson into the video.
In the staged clip, she puts her daughter Marley to bed early so she can start snacking on Smiths chips, before being told by Matty J it was only 3 PM. Haha, so relatable.
After the blunder, the caption read: “We’ve all had those afternoons where you just can’t wait to get the wild beasts into bed so you can get some peace and quiet, become one with the couch and tuck into some tasty snacks.”
Well, at least she included #ad at the end.
Laura likely earns between $500 to $1500 for a sponsored Instagram post.
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