Weet-a-go, Liz! Social media goes crazy for Liz Truss's Weetabix

Britain's Chief Secretary to the Treasury Liz Truss smiles after attending the weekly cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street in London on February 12, 2019.

What is it about Liz Truss's photo with a Weetabix box in it that has caused all that social media frenzy?

Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Elizabeth Truss, arrives to attend the weekly cabinet meeting at Downing Street on February 12, 2019 in London, England. The prime minister has been trying...Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Elizabeth Truss, arrives to attend the weekly cabinet meeting at Downing Street on February 12, 2019 in London, England. The prime minister has been trying...

Not one to shy away from Instagram, Liz Truss has posted a picture of herself working in her parliamentary office

But it is not the Chief Secretary to the Treasury's dedication to her job that is causing her photo to get hundreds of likes - nor her caption referring to the Leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom, for cancelling the parliamentary recess to complete Brexit.  Indeed, not even Truss's references to Dolly Parton's famous song '9 to 5.' 

Standing by her office window is a personalised Weetabix box with the words: 'Elizabeth Truss' on them: 

 
 
 
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Recess, what recess? #Working9to5 #PourMyselfACupOfAmbition #MakeALivin #DollyParton

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One user commented: 'living for the weetabix.' 

Another said: 'As much I'm a die hard Dolly fan.. seen her three times... its the weetabix box that makes this post.' 

One Instagram account referred to the entire post as 'wonderful.' 

Mrs Truss also shared her photo on Twitter

Her tweet sparked the following reactions: 

The recess was due to take place this week, but Mrs Leadsom cancelled it at the end of January to allow Parliament to keep up with Brexit legislation. She also designed a timetable for the first week of February to allow Parliament to debate other issues, such as sport and anti-social behaviour. 

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