Yes, that’s right, United Kingston.
The tweet was later deleted and then reposted with the correct spelling of these fair isles but not before a number of social media users got in a sarky reply.
Congratulations @BorisJohnson on becoming the next Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.— Ivanka Trump (@IvankaTrump) July 23, 2019
"Look Daddy.....I'm governmenting!!!"— Kim(peach) 🌊 (@Kimbly73) July 23, 2019
United Sean Kingston— Matt Zarb-Cousin (@mattzarb) July 23, 2019
Given the courage the UK government has recently shown with the US administration, I expect the country's name to change soon to reflect this typo: https://t.co/9mNlPizqXV— Robert Wright (@RKWinvisibleman) July 23, 2019
The Prince of Whales, pictured earlier today pic.twitter.com/GmnAiQuzwx— Graeme Demianyk (@GraemeDemianyk) June 13, 2019
We will bring you more on this glorious typo as it happens, but in the meantime enjoy these sarky replies...
Ivanka last made headlines at the end of June when a video emerged of the US president’s daughter attempting to join a conversation between four world leaders.
Attending the G-20 summit in Japan, the ‘senior adviser’ to her father is seen mixing with French president Emmanuel Macron, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, International Monetary Fund director Christine Lagarde and British prime minister Theresa May as they talk.
The video, released by the the French government on Saturday, was shared by BBC journalist Parham Ghobadi, who described the ‘first daughter’ as trying to “get involved” in the conversation.
Ivanka Trump appears to be trying to get involved in a talk among Macron, May, Trudeau and Lagarde (IMF head).— Parham Ghobadi (@ParhamGhobadi) June 29, 2019
The video is released by French Presidential palace. pic.twitter.com/TJ0LULCzyQ
Some of the faces of the world leaders tell their own story, with Lagarde perhaps the most revealing - appearing to roll her eyes at one point.
America feels you, Madame Lagarde pic.twitter.com/WTZGpPUKKk— Sulome Anderson (@SulomeAnderson) June 30, 2019