‘Spelling error’ in coronation invite to First Lady

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 9 May, 2023 08:00 | < 1 min read
‘Spelling error’ in coronation invite to First Lady
‘Spelling error’ in coronation invite to First Lady

The coronation invite to the Ukrainian first girl has brought on a stir on social media as a result of a possible “spelling mistake”.

Olena Zelenska proudly posted the heraldic-inspired invitation on Twitter following the coronation over the weekend. Mrs Zelenska stated: “Invitation that might be remembered without end. Was honored to attend coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla and to want them a profitable reign and prosperity.”

Nevertheless, eagle-eyed Twitter customers rapidly identified that the invite could have been lacking the letter “r” in Ukraine – making it appear to be “Ukaine” on each the envelope and card. One stated: “Please inform me that is not a spelling mistake on the very official coronation invite”. Others posted recognising the potential error, too.

Nevertheless, one other consumer disputed the typo, claiming it was {old} English cursive writing as a substitute. They stated: “The Okay and the R are collectively! There are two loops on high indicating two letters.”  

Whether or not it was old-style calligraphy or a scarcity of proofreading, the First Girl of Ukraine, who represented her nation on the ceremony, was extra within the event and the company, who she thanked for displaying solidarity with the war-torn nation. She stated: “Was glad to listen to phrases of assist towards Ukraine from company of the ceremony.”                          

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