Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Bill Murray crashes couple's engagement photo

Two weeks ago, Bill Murray stopped by a Charleston, SC bachelor party to dole out advice on life and love. This week, the engagement festivity-crashing element of his legend continues to grow-and gloriously so-with the release of a set of engagement photos in which Murray made a cameo.

Bill Murray crashes couple’s engagement photo

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Photo via Facebook/Fia Forever Photography.
Photo via Facebook/Fia Forever Photography.

Two weeks ago, Bill Murray stopped by a Charleston, SC bachelor party to dole out advice on life and love. This week, the engagement festivity-crashing element of his legend continues to grow—and gloriously so—with the release of a set of engagement photos in which Murray made a cameo. 

Charleston, SC wedding photographer Raheel Gauba was shooting for couple Erik Rogers and Ashley Donald in town when the group noticed a familiar face sneaking up behind their shot. Or, rather, belly.

As per Today:

"I thought, 'Who the heck is bothering them?'" Gauba told Charleston's Post and Courier. "I turn around and it's Bill Murray with his shirt up, belly out, tapping his belly and trying to make them laugh." 

"At that point, I invited him to join the couple for a quick shot, and he did," Gauba told the Huffington Post. "So genuine and nice of him to make the couple's day!" 

Unfortunately, though, the actor’s belly went away for the photo. 

Regardless, judging by Murray’s presence in the photos, one would hope that Rogers and Donald followed his advice from last month:

"If you have someone that you think is the one ... take that person and travel around the world. Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel all around the world and go to places that are hard to go to and hard to get out of. And ... when you land at JFK and you're still in love with that person, get married." 

But, if not, at least they’ll always have a cool photo. 

[Today]

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