Actress Olivia Wilde posted a sweet photo on her Instagram of her holding her infant daughter. But if you take a close look at the image, you might notice a puzzling detail that has caused many people to break into fits of laughter.
The "House" star and vocal political activist, who has 2.3 million Instagram followers, uploaded the image of her kissing her daughter, Daisy Josephine Sudeikis, who has a surprised look on her face.
Do you notice anything unusual about this picture?
The "Lazarus Effect" actress has her right hand wrapped around the baby, whose tiny fingers are hidden by her onesie pajamas, creating a hilarious optical illusion summed up by Wilde in her hashtag "#giantbabyhand."
"This actually made me laugh out loud," one Instagram user commented. "The look on the baby’s face makes it even better."
Another commenter said "the hand is forgiven," in all likelihood due to the cuteness overload in the photo. But not everyone was so lenient.
"Oh my god that scared me," wrote somebody else, while another Instagram user cautioned. "Once seen you cannot unsee it."
Another user said that they "literally laughed out loud at the caption," while somebody else added that baby Daisy's "expression is everything."
Wilde has two young children with her fiance, "Horrible Bosses" actor Jason Sudeikis. Many Instagram users said that Daisy is the "spitting image of her dad."
"Wow," one person commented on the photo. "Maybe someday she will look more like you, but for now that's all Daddy! So stinking cute! I'm sure you don't mind."
Wilde gave birth in October 2016, while Sudeikis was scheduled to appear on Harry Connick Jr.’s talk show, which he had to cancel, notes Us Magazine.
"I was supposed to be here at 4," he explained on "Harry," according to Us Magazine. "She came out at 3:39. She does not care about show business, but she will!"
Sudeikis also revealed that Wilde had a false alarm days earlier, while they were on their way to a Beyonce concert. They were stuck in a traffic jam in a tunnel when Wilde started having contractions.
"I don't know if it was the pressure, if it was the traffic, or the fact that we were going to be late," he recalled. "It was just bad in the back seat of the car. We U-turned and got it out of there. We figured it would be a bad scene to have the baby in a tunnel -- and a little redundant!"
The pair ended up having Daisy a few days later.