Galahs - sitting for their portrait
Male on our left, female on the right.
If he'd had a hand, I would have asked him to place it gently on her shoulder for a nice classical - old fashioned - portrait! But I wouldn't have needed to ask her to look more coy.
It always comes as a surprise to me to realise that huge flocks of galahs consist of couples. Or at least some couples. After a large flock flew off, this tree had three sets of pairs left. Anthropomorphists would say this pair flirted sentimentally, but another pair behaved more birdly and made a show of inspecting a hollow (wrong season for nesting, but maybe they were practicing).