That moment Rosanna Davison sent touching Father’s Day message to the wrong person

Don’t lie, we’ve all done it - posted something on social media but tagged the wrong person by accident?

Turns out celebs do it too, Rosanna Davison made the same mistake over the weekend.

The model took to Instagram to wishe her dad, Chris De Burgh a very happy Father’s Day, but when she shared it on Twitter she randomly tagged guitarist Neil Taylor.

Awkward!

The UK musician was quick to respond with a, “Hello from the wrong dad” before Rosanna deleted the tweet.

But of course they both saw the funny side of it in the end.

Hope you had a lovely day, Neil … we mean Chris.

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