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Laravel is using Carbon to manage datetime fields in database. By default, updated_at and created_at fields are automatically converted to a Carbon instance when retrieved, that's why you get the error on date() function.

To display the date, you have two options:

{{ $object->created_at }} // Will call toString() on object

// or

{{ $object->created_at->format('d M Y - H:i:s') }} // Format date to desired format

Carbon is a powerfull library to manage date. To learn more, see https://github.com/briannesbitt/Carbon

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Hi MateusAzevedo

Thanks. I just realised I was being incredibly blonde trying to use date() to format the created_at value to the same format it's already in. I blame my lack of coffee today.

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