After renewing their vows in celebration of their 10th wedding anniversary, Teigen, 37, revealed that the couple spent time together afterward by eating Italian food and watching TV.
The mother of four shared a photo on Instagram Saturday of a laptop playing The Office — featuring an appearance from Ed Helms, who plays Andy Bernard on the series — as three food dishes were seen situated on a bed nearby.
For their TV-watching grub, Teigen and Legend, 44, enjoyed some Italian cuisine, which was a fitting choice since they returned to their wedding destination of Lake Como, Italy, for their vow renewal over the weekend.
The pair dined on a feast of pasta, pizza slices and a bowl of tomatoes and cheese.
The couple, who tied the knot on Sept. 14, 2013, kicked off their anniversary celebrations on Saturday with a brunch at Villa Pizzo, the site of their first wedding ceremony.
Then, later in the day, the couple renewed their vows.
"[John and Chrissy] came out onto a balcony and greeted all the guests," the insider said, adding that Legend also “held a brief speech later, after the dinner."
"There was dancing and there was a lakeside bar that was a big favorite. The food was appreciated,” the source continued.
The insider also noted there were "flowers everywhere" at the romantic celebration, calling it a “very elegant, very classic event.”
Teigen and Legend first met in 2006 on the set of the singer's "Stereo" music video.
Shortly after they began dating, the couple traveled to Lake Como, where Teigen said she first realized she wanted to marry her now-husband.
In 2016, the Lip Sync Battle co-host shared a photo of the couple at the destination on Instagram, captioning the post: "Back to where it all began - Lake Como, Italy - first came here in 2007."
Teigen continued, "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,” she joked, adding: “Both came true, and here we are."