- A newly wedded couple was out for their wedding photoshoot when they fell into a river
- Lora Wendorf and Jordan Devries were posing for photos when she tried a romantic dance move which flopped
- The bride took a shot, brushed out her hair and removed her eye makeup, before heading back to the party and right on time, it started to rain
Hilarious! A newly married couple has become the talk of the internet after falling a the river during their photoshoot.
Lora Wendorf and Jordan Devries were posing for photos on a riverside dock on the big day when they broke out a bold dance move only for them to end up in the water.
According to Fox News, Lora said she was so happy at the moment and that she asked her hubby to give her a dip.
She said that she wanted to to a romantic dance move and when she tried to do the backwards dip, she fell into the river.
"I wanted to do a romantic dance move that you see on 'Dancing With The Stars.' But Jordan is not a dancer and neither am I. I did not give him much notice. I did the backwards dip and he was not quite ready and I fell into the river," the bride told news agency South West News Service.
Moments later, Lora woman emerged from the water only to discover that her new husband had tumbled in with her.
After freshening up, the newly married woman said she almost cried at the sight of her dress, hair and makeup, soaking wet.
The bride took a shot, brushed out her hair and removed her eye makeup, before heading back to the party and right on time, it started to rain.
Lora and Devries went back to the wedding venue drenched and brushed off any person who tried questioning why they were wet.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that who could forget the viral video showing Hector Mkansi proposing to his partner, Nonhlanhla, at a KFC outlet in Vereeniging?
The couple became an internet sensation and everyone from Mzansi celebs to major businesses volunteered their help to make the day special for the duo.
However, recently rumours started circulating online claiming their marriage is ending only months after a spectacular wedding.
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