There’s currently a hostile back and forth in the comments of Kelly Clarkson’s latest insta post featuring her adorable 2-year-old daughter… but her post has caught our eye for a totally different reason.
First thing's first, here's the video of little River Rose eating Nutella for the first time:
For some reason, as always, the comment section has been filled with attacks from followers judging her parenting, and even more comments from supporters standing up for Kelly, blah, blah, blah, this always happens and we’re so done with it.
What caught our eye, however, was Kelly’s caption: “River's first Nutella experience. It should have been via crepe but toast was easier 😜 #nutellagoodness #australiagoodness.”
But... isn't Nutella Italian?
Like, correct us if we're wrong, but we're confused.
According to their website, Ferrero's Nutella was very much born in Italy during the '40s and came to Australia in 1978, opening up their first production plant outside of Europe in Lithgow, NSW.
Ferrero Canada, however, distibutes it's products to North America.
So what's with the "#australiangoodness" hashtag, Kelly?
Did we miss something?
Is she holidaying in Aus right now?
Look, we'll take credit for it. No complaints here!