Woman Dresses up as Dinosaur in Hilarious Viral Boudoir Photo Shoot

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A woman in Canada is getting quite a bit of attention for her boudoir photo shoot that finds her dressing more up than down.

Calgary, Alberta resident, Nicole Stein asked her friend, Kissy Spicer of Josh and Kissy Photographyto snap photographs of her in a Tyrannosaurus rex costume for a sexy boudoir-style shoot for her fiancé.

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The photos, which have received more than 6,000 times on Facebook and received more than 7,500 reactions and comments, all started when Stein found pictures online of a T. rex shoot and got inspired with an idea for her groom.

In an interview with TODAY, Stein says the behind-the-scenes shoot was pure hilarity, adding that the suit, which her photographer friend already owned, was quite hot inside and not easy to maneuver.

“This was for sure one of the funniest, most ridiculous things I've ever done,” Stein said. “I’m only 5-foot-3-inches and it stretches to over 7-feet tall. We pretty much had to pause from laughing so hard.”

Before her wedding, Stein gave the book to her groom saying she passed it along to him while he was with his groomsmen.

“When he got it, [he] close the book when he saw [the real boudoir photographs] before getting to the T. rex pictures,” she said.

However, when he finally looked through the whole thing the next day, he had a good laugh.

“It was sort of a flop reveal, but still worth it,” she said.

Photo credit: Facebook / Josh & Kissy Photography


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