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Hattiesburg couple's unique engagement photos become viral sensation

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HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

"I told him he looked like a spy, an Asian Mr. Smith!"

That is what Ashleigh Tribble told her fiance' Tan Ly on their vacation this summer. Little did they know this silly remark would spark an idea for some theatrical engagement photos that went viral. 

Tribble and Ly, two Hattiesburg residents, were vacationing in Los Cabos when they got the idea to shoot their engagement photos to the theme of the 2005 movie, "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."

"Tan was wearing his suit with the shirt unbuttoned a bit, so I told him he looked like a spy," said Tribble. "The hotel we stayed in has all these fancy bars and restaurants so we got all dressed up and had the idea of taking some pictures like that." 

Tribble said the couple's close friend, Mark Rubelowsky, took the photos and did all the editing. 

"We love our pictures," said Tribble. "They will be great to show our children and look back on when we are older." 

Mobile viewers: to see the photos, click here. 

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