Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and their two tykes hit up the Big Apple for Memorial Day Weekend — and they have plenty of photos to remember the trip by. Unsurprisingly, one of the highlights of the vacation for the cookbook author was all the fare they feasted on, which included meals at Vietnamese spot Hello Saigon and Brooklyn Italian eatery Lucali.
"The best pizza and best people and actually, newly discovered, the best tomatoes bruschetta has ever been lucky enough to see," she declared of the latter.
Teigen also revealed via social media that daughter Luna, 6, and son Miles, 4, did a lot of trekking to check out various neighborhoods of the city.
"Very New York weekend, featuring the high line, Washington square and innnnnncredible pho and sizzling beef short rib at hello saigon," she captioned another set of photos.
In 2020, the couple suffered a pregnancy loss with son Jack, and though it was an unbearably tough situation to go through, the model revealed they haven't given up hope on having another child.
Just two months ago, Teigen shared that she finished her part of the IVF process, but before that, she posted emotional photos from the hospital room where the family had to say goodbye to Jack, who had been in the womb for only 20 weeks.
"It was a tragedy. But I think it strengthened our resolve and our resilience because we were there for each other," Legend recently spilled to The Guardian. "We came out even more sure of who we were as a couple and as a family."
And while some people felt that the pictures they shared were too intimate, The Voice coach feels it was the right thing to do.
"It was raw, sharing our experience. I was worried, but our instinct was to do it because people knew we were pregnant and Chrissy felt like she needed to tell the story completely about what happened," explained the singer. "We found out how many other families have gone through this. It was a powerful and brave thing that Chrissy did to share that because it made so many people feel like they were seen and that they weren’t alone."