Complete stranger Things’ David Harbour took senior pictures with a young fan, and they’re cute

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From welcoming his “dad bod” to sharing his love of the “Dancing Hopper” GIF, David Harbour has actually done much to feed the web fandom surrounding him and his Stranger Things character Chief Hopper.

Now, the star has actually taken things one action even more, making great on a pledge to take senior pictures with one fan after her retweet project went viral last fall. Not just did Harbour “hijack” the image session as asked for, he used the fan’s high school sweatshirt and held a trombone– 2 things he had actually joked about in his preliminary tweet action.

“Voted most likely to hijack someone’s high school senior photos 24 years later,” he captioned a series of images including the girl and Harbour bumming around with the abovementioned trombone, pom-poms, and more. “Many thanks to @postydamaris and her kind family and @iamtommyg photography for making a dream come true and proving my high school classmates right!!”

Back in October, high school senior Damaris tweeted at Harbour asking the number of retweets it would consider him to consent to remain in her senior pictures. “25k,” he reacted. “And I get to wear the school sweatshirt and hold a trombone.”

Much to Harbour’s surprise and with the advising of costar Noah Schnapp and the authorities Stranger Things Twitter account, Damaris struck her objective of 25,000 retweets in simply one day.

Quoting the program’s Eleven, he composed, “Holy hell, internet. How can you be in favor of this? Friends don’t lie,” and asked Damaris to direct message him.

On Thursday, Harbour published a preview at the image shoot on his Instagram page, consisting of a trombone case and the printed submission standards for the school’s yearbook pictures.

Damaris likewise shared a few of the images on her own Instagram account.

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