Fans are up in arms after Starbucks made a cameo in Game of Thrones

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Warning: This article will contain spoilers from Sunday night’s Game of Thrones!

I can’t be the only one who is looking forward to Game of Thrones coming to an end. And it’s not because I don’t like the fantasy epic – oh no! It’s because I literally can’t handle going to bed every Sunday night with tears in my eyes, and then having to call in sick to work Monday morning just because I’m struggling to deal with the death of a fictional beast (more on that later).

Last night’s episode of Game of Thrones may not have been an exhilarating as the Battle of Winterfell, but it featured many iconic moments that fans are still reeling from.

Namely, the heartbreaking death of the always loyal Missandei:

However, following the show’s conclusion, it wasn’t any of the fallout of the Battle of Winterfell that had people talking – it was a very embarrassing oversight the show’s creators’ missed in the editing room.

Check out the scene below, and see if you can spot something in front of Daenerys that really shouldn’t be there!

Check out the scene below to see if the embarrassing blunder:

That’s right! Despite the fact each episode of the eighth season is rumoured to cost around $15 million, according to Variety, a very modern Starbucks coffee cup was left in the shot, standing out from the rest of the medieval props.

The cup can be seen during one of the opening scenes which shows many of the key characters celebrating the death of the Night King’s with a very boozy banquet in the castle.

Naturally, eagled-eyed fans took to Twitter to share their bewilderment at the fact Daenerys has seemingly stopped off for a pumpkin-spiced latte following the death of Ser Jorah:

Who knows what we’re going to see in next week’s episode? Maybe Greyworm will mourn the loss of Missandei with a Big Mac?

Then again, the preview for next week’s episode looks absolutely insane:

Roll on Sunday!

This article originally appeared on vt.co