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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend return to wedding spot for romantic holiday

Published 18/07/2016

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend bring daughter Luna to Italy for the first time.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are having a full-circle moment as they enjoy a romantic holiday in Italy, where they tied the knot.

The supermodel and All of Me singer John began dating in 2007, and that same year, they jetted off to Lake Como for one of their first getaways together as a couple.

They became engaged in 2011 and in September, 2013, the lovebirds returned to the picturesque town to exchange vows during a lavish ceremony in front of their family and friends, including Kanye West, model/actress Brooklyn Decker, who served as Chrissy's maid of honour, and Stevie Wonder, who staged an impromptu performance for the newlyweds.

Chrissy and John have since returned to Italy, but this time, with their three-month-old daughter Luna in tow, making this trip a full-circle moment for the new family of three.

Chrissy took to Instagram on Saturday (16Jul16) to share a sweet snap of herself and John enjoying their vacation.

In the accompanying caption, she added, "Back to where it all began - Lake Como, Italy - first came here in 2007. A boat tour guide took us to a little spot on the lake and told us to make a wish.

"I asked for this to be the man I marry and have children with. I think John asked for the most perfect bite of (pasta dish) cacio e pepe. Both came true, and here we are."

The new parents have been enjoying a tour of Italy for the past week, beginning with a trip to Tuscany with two other couples, including Chrissy's hairstylist and friend Jen Atkin and her photographer/director husband Mike Rosenthal.

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