Almost three years ago—long before baby Luna came along—Chrissy Teigen and John Legend shot a music video for his song “All of Me,” written for his supermodel wifey, on location at a house in Lake Como, Italy. The black-and-white video features them making out in the water, snuggling naked in bed (and in the shower), and staring longingly at each other through a pane of glass.
Because Teigen and Legend are nothing if not supreme inspirations of level-10 #relationshipgoals, the pair returned to the house where the vid was shot for a round of sweet Instagrams on their Italian vacation. “Since we’re at Lake Como, we had to return to the house where we shot the All of Me video,” Legend wrote on IG alongside a shot of himself and his wife overlooking the view. “Went back to the ‘all of me’ house with Luna,” Teigen added, posting a video of herself and Legend re-creating their moment of longing separated by a plate glass window. Then she posted a second shot very similar to Legend’s, because—why not.
Teigen Snapchatted the whole adventure too, so if you follow her on SC, you can watch the whole thing there. She included a video of Legend and baby Luna at the “All of Me” house, as well as a look at the pool and backyard of the house, an interior shot, and a couple of the same things that she posted to IG. There are also some unrelated snaps, such as a vid she called the “best snap I’ve ever taken” of a sumptuous-looking dessert.
For good measure, Legend also posted a shot of the place on Lake Como where you’re supposed to make a wish. Teigen one-upped him by posting a selfie with Legend with a little story. “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 cacio e pepe. Both came true, and here we are.” Sweet!
ICYMI (or in case you haven’t seen it for a while), here’s the original video for “All of Me.” Yep—still romantic.