Some egg-citing news this morning. "We got this", says the egg account's bio.
As of Sunday evening, Egg Gang (as the account has named itself), has 16 million likes, meaning it's already in the history books as Instagram's second most-liked post, supplanting Justin Bieber's engagement announcement from July a year ago. And it beat the last record holder - a photo of model Kylie Jenner's baby posted last February - by a whopping 6 million in just 10 days.
And as of Sunday night, we are delighted to announce that it the egg picture is now officially the most liked picture in Instagram's history.
Kylie Jenner has lost the world record of having the most liked Instagram post to a humble egg.
"This is madness. What a time to be alive", the Egg Gang account wrote.
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"Take that little egg", she captioned the post. Many saying, "You can do it, egg!"
Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner, in a sporting response to losing the top-spot, shared a video this morning which shows her cracking an egg on a road.
The previous record for the most-liked photograph on Instagram was held by Kylie Jenner's pic of her daughter, Stormi Webster.
And Twitter is in fits!