Unable to use new .subscribe() syntax in RealmSwift

Hey all,

I’m looking forward to using the .subscribe() syntax introduced in RealmSwift v 10.43.0.
However, I always get the same thread error when I try to use this syntax, although, to the best of my knowledge, I am always accessing the method from the main thread:

RealmSwift/Results.swift:189: Fatal error: `subscribe` can only be called on main thread or actor-isolated Realms

Anyone any suggestions on how to get this to work? In general, I am interested in any solution that allows me to easily add subscriptions for queries defined in @ObservedResults, instead of having to duplicate that query again in the traditional subscription syntax. Thanks in advance!

Here’s the code that leads to the error:

import SwiftUI
import RealmSwift

@MainActor
struct ShoppingListSpecifierMenu: View {
    @ObservedRealmObject var user: User
    @ObservedRealmObject var shoppingList: ShoppingList
    @State var presentingNewShoppingListView = false
    @ObservedResults(ShoppingList.self) var shoppingListOptions
    @ObservedResults(ShoppingList.self) var shoppingListInivitations
    @Environment(\.realm) var realm
    init(user: User, shoppingList: ShoppingList) {
        _user = .init(wrappedValue: user)
        _shoppingList = .init(wrappedValue: shoppingList)
        
        _shoppingListOptions = .init(ShoppingList.self, where: {
            $0.ownerIDs.contains(user._id)
        })
        _shoppingListInivitations = .init(ShoppingList.self, where: {
            $0.invitedIDs.contains(user._id)
        })
    }
    var body: some View {
        Menu("\(shoppingList.name)") {
            Button {
                presentingNewShoppingListView.toggle()
            } label: {
                Label("new shoppinglist", systemImage: "plus.circle")
            }
            Divider()
            ForEach(shoppingListOptions) { shoppingListOption in
                Text(shoppingListOption.name)
            }
        }
        .sheet(isPresented: $presentingNewShoppingListView) {
            NewShoppingListView(user: user)
        }
        .task {
            try? await getSubs()
        }
    }
    
    
    
    @MainActor
    func getSubs() async throws {
        
        // approach one fails:// ❌ RealmSwift/Results.swift:189: Fatal error: `subscribe` can only be called on main thread or actor-isolated Realms
        try await self.shoppingListOptions.subscribe()
        
        // aproach two fails as well: // ❌ RealmSwift/Results.swift:189: Fatal error: `subscribe` can only be called on main thread or actor-isolated Realms
//        let results = try await realm.objects(ShoppingList.self)
//            .where { $0.invitedIDs.contains(user._id)}
//            .subscribe(name: "test")
    }
}