SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford displays love for Hibs with Scottish Cup final print during PMQs
Eagle-eyed viewers spotted some interesting items in the background of the office Blackford was broadcasting from.
The member of parliament for Ross, Skye and Lochaber was challenging UK Government on “why they are still refusing the repeated calls to introduce a guaranteed minimum income for everyone”.
Some viewers were distracted by not only two signed Hibs-branded footballs but a Scottish Cup print which proudly displayed the scoreline from the 2016 final as the Easter Road side defeated Rangers 3-2.
It was memorabilia which went down well with Hibs fans with them being showcased on such a stage.
Blackford, born and bred in Edinburgh and a former Royal High pupil, has been vocal about his love for the Leith side.
He has previously mentioned John McGinn in the House of Commons, while back in 2016, during a debate about the Financial Conduct Authority, he praised the club for getting to the semi finals of the League Cup, following the use of a football analogy by an MP.
"I am glad to say that the mighty Hibernian football club - the team that the term ‘sexy football’ was meant for - managed to get through to the final in Glasgow on 13 March,” he said.
Blackford has previously tweeted his admiration for club legend Pat Stanton.
“What a pleasure it was to see Pat playing for Hibs in the late 60s and into the 70s,” he posted. “He was majestic, a skilled artisan who was a joy to watch.”