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This couple hated being asked about babies so much they staged a brilliant photoshoot


WHEN IN-LAWS CONSTANTLY ask young couples about the possibility of a baby being on the way, it can be sigh-worthy.

So this couple in Australia had the perfect response:

They posed for their own stereotypical baby photoshoot

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But Humphry their little dog was the star

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Abby and Matt came together with their best friend Elisha Minnette to do it – and the photographer shared the photos on her Facebook page this week.

It’s since gone super viral, with over 5,000 shares and a positive reception from nearly everyone since it was put up on Wednesday.

Look at Humphry there

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Photographer Elisha was overwhelmed with the attention for what was initially a joke between a few friends, as she wrote on Facebook:

Making people smile & have a laugh was our intention for these images and after reading alot of comments I feel we acheived that. So thank you!! So overwhelmed with how far this post has reached!! Thank you for all the likes and comments!

The adorable dog and parody of all those baby shoots makes it a wonderful combination

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As the couple told the Daily Mail in Australia:

We didn’t think much into the photo shoot – it was something we wanted to do for a laugh and we knew it would be humorous for our friends and family.

The absolute satire of the whole shoot has gone down well with people

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New Zealand website Stuff were the first to cover the hilarious images - and it’s been blowing up on Facebook over the past 24 hours.

Some of the photos are just too adorable

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Any of their friends that have shared baby photos on Facebook recently might just have been burned

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And they probably won’t get asked about having a baby any time soon either.

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