According to the documentation on models.OuterRef 

It acts like an F 
> <>
>  expression 
> except that the check to see if it refers to a valid field isn’t made until 
> the outer queryset is resolved.

I am experiencing an issue with this using the following example:

class ExampleModel(models.Model):
    date = models.DateField()
    value = models.IntegerField()

subquery = ExampleModel.objects.filter(
    date__gte=models.OuterRef('date') - timedelta(days=2),
    date__lte=models.OuterRef('date') + timedelta(days=2),
queryset = ExampleModel.objects.annotate(

The result that I am getting is:

AttributeError: 'ResolvedOuterRef' object has no attribute 'relabeled_clone'

>From my understanding, if this is similar to an F Expression, you should be 
able to perform the timedelta on the OuterRef. I also found someone else on 
the same issue. 

What I would like to know is if this is a bug (e.g. should it be 
supported), or a documentation issue. 

Thanks in advance for your assistance!

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