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Chloë Grace Moretz confuses Scotland and Ireland

Chloe Grace Moretz has confused Scotland and Ireland in an embarrassing Twitter fail. 

The American actress, 20, took to her social media platform on Saturday to state: ‘I can hear bagpipes out my window. Oh ireland.’

Bagpipes is a wind instrument commonly associated and popularised by the Scottish Highlands – prompting a hilarious reaction from fans. 

 

Chloe Moretz, 20, has confused Scotland and Ireland in an embarrassing Twitter fail

'Oh Ireland': The American actress took to her social media platform on Saturday to reveal she could hear bagpipes through her window 

‘Oh Ireland’: The American actress took to her social media platform on Saturday to reveal she could hear bagpipes through her window 

While the bagpipes have long been played throughout Europe, western Asia and the Persian Gulf, it is most commonly referred to as a Scottish hallmark. 

And confused with Chloe’s tweet, which was uploaded for her 3.28 million followers to see, she was met with a tickled reaction.

A selection of her 3.28 million followers commented: ‘Bagpipes are scottish no?… you sure you’re not in Scotland?’

‘If you come to Australia than you would probably hear a didgeridoo playing out the window. Jokes.’

Bagpipes is a wind instrument commonly associated and popularised by the Scottish Highlands - prompting a hilarious reaction from fans

Bagpipes is a wind instrument commonly associated and popularised by the Scottish Highlands – prompting a hilarious reaction from fans

'You sure you're not in Scotland': Chloe was met with a wave of tickled responses from her 3.28 million followers

‘You sure you’re not in Scotland’: Chloe was met with a wave of tickled responses from her 3.28 million followers

‘Oh Ireland oh Scotland hahahaha.’

‘I think you’ve confused the country you’re in’ 

‘I thought that was a Scots thing?’

‘We don’t have bagpipes here unless the Scottish are invading?’

However, there were a few people who came to her defence – drawing on the vast history of the bagpipe. 

‘If I’m not mistaken they are both since both are Celtic, plus I’ve heard bagpipes originated in Ireland

Popular instrument: While the bagpipes have long been played throughout Europe, western Asia and the Persian Gulf, it is most commonly referred to as a Scottish hallmark

Popular instrument: While the bagpipes have long been played throughout Europe, western Asia and the Persian Gulf, it is most commonly referred to as a Scottish hallmark

 

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