John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have attempted to recreate the magic from his All Of Me music video during their holiday in Italy.
The Grammy winner originally wrote the song in dedication to his supermodel wife, and he decided to put their love in front of the camera for the song's 2013 promo.
It was filmed that September (13) in Como, just days before they tied the knot in the picturesque town, and featured the then-engaged couple at a sprawling mansion, where the singer and Chrissy shared steamy scenes in the shower and John serenaded his longtime love on the piano.
Three years later, the couple returned to the house, but this time around it brought its three-month-old daughter Luna to show her the place which holds so much meaning to the stars.
Chrissy took to Snapchat to share photos and videos of their visit on Thursday (21Jul16), with one clip showing John holding Luna as they walked through the home, while Chrissy said, "Luna, look where we are!".
The new parents even recreated a scene in which they stared at each other through the home's floor-length windows, but John and Chrissy had a hard time keeping it together before breaking out in laughter.
John also took to Instagram to share a black-and-white shot of him and Chrissy sitting on the deck of the house, overlooking the lake and mountains in the distance.
"Since we're at Lake Como, we had to return to the house where we shot the All of Me video," he wrote.
The music video was directed by the Nabil Elderkin, who initially introduced the pair, and ends with footage from their actual wedding in Lake Como.
Chrissy and John have been reminiscing about their wedding for the past few days, and the Sports Illustrated beauty even dedicated a sweet Instagram post to her husband at the weekend (16Jul16), writing, "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."