A woman’s photo from her holiday has gone viral after she initially failed to notice a very famous celebrity in the background.
Mae Archie posed for a photo in New York after visiting an exhibition about The Beatles, before carrying on with her holiday.
It wasn’t until after her trip was finished that she realised she had missed something rather important in the image.
Sir Paul McCartney was in it.
That’s got to sting a bit – especially as Mae says in the viral video that she’s a huge fan.
Her video explaining what happened on the trip has gone viral – with more than 50,000 views.
In it, she wrote: “Taking pictures in NYC and realising when I got home, THE Paul McCartney photobombed me.”
Rather fittingly, Sir Paul was walking across a zebra crossing when the photo was captured.
In the comments, the woman explained: “Story time: So I just left the MET to see the ‘Play it Loud’ exhibit and was legit looking at the Beatles set and everything because I love music.
“And I wanted to take a cute photo so I took it on the cross walk but I was facing my mom so I never actually saw Paul until I turned around.
“I made eye contact with him and we stood there for a few seconds and he could tell I was trying to figure out why he looked so familiar.
“And then he winked at me because he knew I knew and then walked away.
“So moral of the story I was dumbstruck and Sir Paul spawns at sidewalks.”
Viewers were left in stitches at her story – which racked up more than 9,400 likes.
One commented: “OMG lmao how did you not know.”
Another said: “Out of all the spots to photobomb, just like the Abbey Road cover.”
A third added: “I would literally lose my mind,” while another agreed, adding: “It would be the most incredible story. I would tell it to everyone I know lmao.”
A fourth commented: “Are you kidding me????? The Paul McCartney and you just walked right by him?”