Woman loses her job over boudoir photo shoot that went Viral for all the right reasons

Stephanie and Arryn photographed by  Wolf and Rose photography .

Stephanie and Arryn photographed by Wolf and Rose photography.

After engaged couple Stephanie and Arryn did a sexy "boudoir" photo shoot with Bria Terry of Wolf & Rose Photography, Bria was so taken by how in love the pair is that she shared some of the images.

They immediately went viral with people across the globe pointing out the clear infatuation the two showed with each other, and also how nice it was to see a real woman in some sexy shots. 

However there were some people who weren't too thrilled with the pics - Stephanie's bosses at Austin Bank, Texas National Association. Stephanie, who wore a swimsuit bottom and strapless top in the photos, explained to Buzzfeed, "They said I was topless and it was inappropriate and we're a family-oriented company."

So they fired Stephanie. She said, "There was no defending myself, they had made their decision. I gave over a year to a company that I worked really hard for and then to have them turn on me for doing something so positive, something that I was so proud of – to help myself as a woman – it was hurtful. People were pulling out their phones at work and showing the pictures and that was blamed on me."

She added, "It’s just disheartening to me because I feel like home life and work life are two totally different things. I was a model employee, I was moving up fast. I had a promotion within seven months. This one thing, for me, was the reason I was booted."

Here's hoping Stephanie quickly finds a new position she loves as much as she loves her fiance.

We've just found that Stephanie and Arryn are expecting their first child and getting fired from her job of over an year while 20+ weeks pregnant can't have been what they were looking to embrace when they took these snaps. Haven't see the viral photoshoot yet? We've added their photos to a gallery below, let us know if you think Stephanie's engagement photos should've cost her her job.