Their loyal followers praised the best pals as they grinned for a snap with a fan in a hotel garden in London.
But while the picture filled them with hope that Ant, who’s been in rehab, was getting better – something about the snap left them confused.
Although some pointed out Ant’s brand new tattoo, which was tucked away on his right wrist, others were more concerned about the way they were standing.
Since they found fame over two decades ago, Ant and Dec have always stood on a certain side for pictures.
But this time, they broke with tradition – with Ant on the right and Dec on the left.
One fan tweeted: Awesome sight but [they’re] the wrong way round.”
Another told their followers they loved the snap but admitted: “They’re on the wrong side of each other,” with a crying emoji.
While a third said underneath the picture: Oi! You stood the wrong way round!!”
It's not the first time the pair have been seen standing the wrong way round, although it is rare for it to happen.
Notable occasions in recent years include their meetings with Prince Charles, when they were spied as caddies on a golf course and when they snapped a selfie on stage.
The most recent picture of the Geordie TV stars came after Dec made his first ever outing to the Baftas without Ant, where Britain's Got Talent won Best Entertainment Programme.
Despite picking up the gong at the star-studded event, Dec avoided making a speech and was spotted looking sad after he scooped the award without his co-star.
Speaking to The Sun Online, Ant's Britain's Got Talent co-star Amanda Holden said the whole team missed him.
After his arrest, it was confirmed Ant had cancelled his upcoming TV commitments – including this year's BGT live shows.
Amanda explained: “I think he will be missed, but I think Dec will do a stirling job.
“Alesha and I are on hand to step in.
“I think Mand and Dec's got a good ring to It”.
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