Jeremy Corbyn and Emily Thornberry recreated their embarrassing election night high five at the Labour Party conference.
Their retake was this time successful and was greeted with cheers from the crowd following Ms Thornberry's speech at the conference on Monday.
Ms Thornberry made a reference to the awkward moment, before Mr Corbyn took to the stage for another go.
Party faithful cheered as the Labour leader and Ms Thornberry's hands successfully met this time around.
Ms Thornberry told delegates at the Labour Party conference in Brighton to take a moment to "sympathise with poor old Boris" who she said had "not been happy lately".
Shee added: "Apparently he's sick of being blamed for the way that Brexit is going and all the broken promises of the Leave campaign.
"I'm sorry - what? Who does he think made all those promises? Who does he think was in charge of the Leave campaign?
"I know that Boris doesn't like paternity tests but maybe we need one for Brexit."