The Man Whose Girlfriend Leads Him Around the World by the Hand
They are the couple who found fame thanks to an impatient moment which sparked an idea for a photo series.
Russian photographer Murad Osmann loves nothing more than exploring the world with his fiancee Natalia Zakharova, and her impatience - constantly trying to lead him on as he stops to take pictures - has sparked the beautiful #followmeto images on Instagram and won them a legion of fans.
And now the couple, whose beautiful photographs have led to a a book deal and numerous magazine spreads, have reached Hollywood, snapping a daring photo from the skies.
The spectacular shot, showing Natalia in a white and gold evening gown with the Hollywood sign in the background, was captioned cheekily by Murad: "Who needs doors on a helicopter :)".
The pair snapped the daring shot, leaning slightly out of the helicopter, while on a special tour of Los Angeles.
It's not the only glamorous picture to be added to the couple's ever-growing collection of photographs.
The duo have recreated their famous pose in a series of spellbinding colourful images in India, causing our levels of wanderlust to overflow.
The mesmorising images captured in Delhi, Varanasi, Jaipur and Agra are the latest additions in the #followmeto project on Instagram, which has seen the pair travel to exotic and famous locations such as Moscow, Hong Kong, Singapore, Bali and even on the helipad at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai, an gain 2.3million followers.
The Moscow based couple have been travelling around the world for five years and their latest trip to India impressively outshines previous pictures to provide even more opulent and colourful images.
The trip was in honour of recreating the couple's magic for Harper's Bazaar Bride India with Zakharova wearing bridal outfits while leading Murad through India.
Backdrops featured include the picturesque Taj Mahal, Jaipur Ajmer Fort, Hawa Mahal, Jama Masjid and Chand Baori, and Natalia is dressed in traditional Indian outfits and jewellery, perfectly complimenting the surroundings.
Shooting in India proved an exciting task, with the couple having to adapt to the busy surroundings.
On the Facebook page for the #followmeto project, Osmann wrote how in one particular shoot they were initially promised a session with elephants for 10-15 minutes, however they were not allowed to stop to shoot in the middle of the road, so had to snap continually running ahead of the animals, getting as many pictures as possible.
In the end they were even stopped by the police due to the disruption.
The project began in 2011 when the pair were travelling in Barcelona, and now have built up a strong following.
Amazingly, the project started off as an accident with Zakharova grabbing Osmann's arm dragging him forwards to show him a new sight.
"As you can understand it didn’t stop him from taking a picture even then," she wrote on the Facebook page.
"So that is how the first photo was born. After that our life had changed."
The engaged couple have just released a book documenting their adventurous, romantic shots, and their upcoming nuptials are sure to feature some stunning additions.