Many Remainers would have seen the appointment of Boris Johnson as Foreign Secretary in Theresa May's new Cabinet and cried.
But don't worry, one blogger has come up with a theory as to why Johnson's appointment might just keep us in the EU after all.
Johnson is a laughing stock across Europe and will be an awful appointment, wrote Jon Worth.
"However I'd actually go so far as to see this as a brilliant and clever appointment, and actually the best way to stop Brexit happening," he said.
"Johnson was in favour of Brexit, but never assumed it would actually happen, but now he has to help deliver it -- but his heart is not in it, and he does not have the skills or energy to do it either."
"Give it a couple of years, perhaps less, and Boris will have to be shifted to another position in government with the Brexit negotiations in tatters, and with UK public opinion having shifted towards Remain as the promise of Brexit recedes."
With Boris, Davis & Fox in #Brexit jobs, May has effectively said 'you got us into this mess, you sort it out' -and set them up for failure?
-- Giles Goodall (@GoodallGiles) July 13, 2016
It's also well documented that Johnson, David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, and Liam Fox, the Secretary for International Trade, are not exactly the best of friends.
So Brexit depends on Boris Johnson, David Davis and Liam Fox working successfully together.
-- Robert Hutton (@RobDotHutton) July 13, 2016
Did Theresa May set this up deliberately? Unlikely.
Will it fail? Quite possibly.