This couple accidentally added a surprising twist to their engagement announcement by forgetting to crop the photo.
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Credit: Facebook user Miranda Levy

It's common for newly engaged couples to share their happy news with friends and family by posting a photo on Facebook, but this couple accidentally added a surprising twist to their announcement. Miranda Levy posted a photo of herself and her new fiance, in which she's pointing excitedly to the band on her left ring finger, with the caption:

"I am truly blessed today as the love of my life has asked me to marry him. Words cannot express how happy I feel, and how lucky I am. He wasn't able to give me a real ring yet, but what matters is what's on the inside. I know that we will be happy together, regardless of material things. Be on the look out for save-the-dates! - The Future Mrs. Kelly"

Instead of the slew of "Congratulations! So happy for you two!" comments that Levy undoubtedly expected, the photo soon provoked a lot of questions about the object peeking out from the bottom left corner of the photo.

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"Is that what I think is it in the corner?" one friend asked, referring to the photobombing pregnancy test.

"Well, I guess what's on "the inside" really does matter," commented a more philosophical follower.

Levy also received comments from family members, who were clearly as much in the dark as her friends: "Honey, you should call us. Your mother is confused," wrote a user named Mark Allen Levy.

Perhaps temporarily blinded by her happiness about the engagement, Levy responded innocently: "Wait.... wtf are you guys talking about? Why would you think that?" And then, just one minute later, after (we assume) closer inspection of the photo she had shared: "Oh."

Finally, Levy decided to embrace the "oops" and use the opportunity to share a second dose of happy news: "Hey guys, we're having a baby too," she wrote.

In that case, congratulations to the happy couple! Now go call your parents, please.

Kaitlin Ahern is the Editor of Follow her on Instagram, where she posts (carefully cropped) photos of NYC, her culinary adventures, and her cat.