LPBW (Little People, Big World) alum Audrey Roloff has left fans in shock with her latest spelling mistake. In a social media post, she made a spelling error, and it got fans talking. So, what did Audrey write, and what do fans have to say about it?
This isn’t the first time that Audrey has spelled words incorrectly on social media. She has also made grammatical errors in the past. Of course, everyone makes these mistakes at times. But LPBW fans are especially puzzled by Audrey’s slip-ups because she is a New York Times bestselling author.
Below, you can see a photo of Jeremy and Audrey with one of their books.
Keep reading to see what has fans in an uproar.
Audrey Roloff makes another atrocious spelling mistake.
On her Instagram Stories, Audrey gave fans a peek into her life with her three young kids, Ember, 5, Bode, 2, and Radley, 10 months. In one snap, Ember and Bode are playing outside together. Ember is proudly showing off a critter that she caught.
In Ember’s hands, there’s a fuzzy caterpillar all curled up in a ball. Along with sharing the photo, Audrey Roloff wrote, “So proud of her catapiler catch.”
Audrey spelled caterpillar as catapiler.
You can check out the photo and Audrey’s spelling mishap below.
LPBW fans are baffled by this one.
On Reddit, LPBW fans reposted Audrey Roloff’s Instagram Story post about the caterpillar. And many are completely stunned by this slip-up.
Some fans are wondering if Audrey has disabled autocorrect on her phone. However, someone else tested it out to see how autocorrect fixes the spelling of catapiler. They reported back that their phone changed it to catapult. So, it looks like Audrey’s phone may not have been able to figure out what she was trying to spell either.
A Reddit user says, “You gotta have it close to right for autocorrect to fix it.”
One LPBW fan is concerned that Audrey and Jeremy might be responsible for their kids’ education. The fan comments, “I hope to God they do not homeschool.”
Many are also questioning how Audrey and Jeremy wrote a book. However, some argue that it could have been ghostwritten or that they have a very good and patient editor. Someone teases, “Their book editor deserves a raise, because you know the drafts that were received were a hot mess.”
So, do Audrey Roloff’s spelling mix-ups surprise you, too? What do you think of her latest one? Sound off in the comments section below, and come back to TV Shows Ace for the latest LPBW updates.