The Colin the Caterpillar controversy has been settled and peace has returned in two supermarket cake aisles.
Marks and Spencer has settled its copyright row with Aldi, after it accused the German retailer of ripping off it's chocolate log.
Both sides have come to an agreement over the delicious character, though the details of the deal will remain confidential.
Getting out early on good behaviour, keep an eye out for Cuthy B this Spring 👀👀 x #FreeCuthbert
— Aldi Stores UK (@AldiUK) February 1, 2022
The row broke out in 2021, when Aldi released "Cuthbert the Caterpillar" which M&S said infringed on three of its trademarks.
Following talks between both sides the British retailer said they are pleased with the deal they've come to with Aldi.
It's expected Cuthbert is expected to return to supermarket shelves soon.