Kylie Jenner took to Twitter to share the release date for her new Kylie Skin international sites in the UK, Germany, Australia, and France, but she made a mistake.
Kylie Jenner has been mocked by fans for not knowing what the Australian flag looks like after using the wrong emoji on a post.
Kylie took to Twitter to share the exciting news that her skincare brand, Kylie Skin, would be launching four new international sites with her 35.4 million followers.
She wrote: "Hi guys, my team is working hard on my sites for the UK, Germany, France, and Australia and we have a new launch date of October 7!"
Underneath the post, she added a number of international links next to a flag for the corresponding country.
But she made a critical mistake after adding the wrong emoji for Australia's flag.
Instead, she'd used an image of the South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands flag, a chain of islands which is located in the Southern Atlantic ocean.
While the flag features the same Union Jack as the Aussie one it has a crest in place of the stars.
Fans were shocked by her mistake and rushed to the comment section to tell her.
One stunned fan said: "This can't be real."
Another added: "Excuse me love, Yh hi Kylie...that’s not the Australian flag. Pls, it’s this one thank you."
A third shared a GIF of the flag and said: "For future reference, this is the Australian flag." A fourth person said: "This is too funny had to come and check for myself... Wonder how all the Aussies feel..."
Meanwhile one penned: "lmfaoaoaooaoaoa IM WHEEZING."
"Not the Australian flag but good try darl x", mocked another.