Child hilariously ruins wedding photos by giving middle finger to camera

Francesca Specter
Yahoo Style UK deputy editor
The bride’s three-year-old daughter gave the middle finger during a wedding photo shoot. [Photo: Caters]

A bride has been left red-faced on her big day after her three-year-old daughter raised her middle finger during her wedding shoot.

Mum of four Hannah Earley, 33, married Nathan Earley, 31, in a ceremony in New South Wales, Australia.

After tying the knot, the family posed for a portrait photograph together. But Hannah’s youngest daughter Maddison, 3, ruined the shot by showing off a “new trick” she had learnt.

The cheeky little girl raised her middle finger to the camera, in a moment her mother says she will “never forget”

“It was a beautiful day and I was so excited about the wedding. I’d hired a photographer to take some photos of everyone,” Earley told Caters News.

‘All of a sudden she just popped it up to show everyone. There were lots of people standing around watching her, so I think she just thought why not do it.

“She had learned that little trick just a few days before but had no idea what it meant. But she knew that she would get a strong reaction from it.

Hannah, 33, pictured with new husband, Nathan, 31, and daughter Maddison, three. [Photo: Caters]

“All my wedding guests who were watching us get the photos done started cracking up laughing. I’ll never forget it.”

While the shot did not make it to the professional photographer’s reel from the big day, the hilarious moment was caught on camera by Hannah’s sister, Sharon, captured the incident instead.

Thankfully, it looks like Maddison’s mum saw the funny side.

Of her daughter’s cheeky stunt, she says: “‘She is such a character and is very outgoing. She makes me laugh every day. It will be funny for all of us to look back on one day when she is older.”

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