An Asda customer was quick to spot an awkward spelling fail on a Disney teapot.
The £12 Peter Pan-themed item features a silhouette of Tinkerbell with the words “Sprinkle a little fairy dust” written on the side.
But what you might not realise at first glance is that there’s a very embarrassing typo on the Disney item.
On closer inspection, the text actually reads “Litlle” as it had a double “L” instead of a double “T” in the middle.
The teapot was shared on the Instagram page @ifinddisney where 17,600 fans follow the magical account.
And when it was posted, one shopper couldn’t help but notice the mistake.
The customer wrote: “Oh my goodness. There’s a spelling mistake!”
Apparently the original poster had noticed the blunder and said: “I’ve been waiting for someone to spot it.”
But spelling mistake or not, that didn’t stop others from gushing over how cute the teapot was.
One fan said: “Such a beautiful teapot.”
While another Instagram user added: “How adorable are these?”
The product description reads: “Create an afternoon tea setting fit for a princess with this Tinkerbell footed teapot from George Home.
“Designed in white with gold-effect detailing and charming ‘sprinkle a little fairy dust’ lettering, it’s a beautiful treat for a Disney fan.”
Also in Asda’s Disney range are Tinkerbell teacups and a pair of Lady and the Tramp mugs perfect for Valentine’s Day.
This comes after a Bargain Buys shopper spotted an awkward spelling mistake on £1 Christmas gift tags.
The customer, from South Lanarkshire, Scotland, warned others about a spelling error on the festive products at the time.