Chrissy Teigen has revealed how she ended up taking a detour to Tower Bridge as she wasn't impressed with the iconic London Bridge.
Taking to Instagram, the 36-year-old shared a picture of her alongside husband John Legend and their children Luna, five, and Miles, three.
Alongside the post, she wrote: "Asked the driver to take us to the London bridge for a family photo. Quickly realized the London bridge is a very unexciting bridge.
"Tower Bridge should be London bridge! I always thought it was anyhow haha aaah learning is fun."
Well, now they've seen both and everyone's happy. Also, if you're not familiar with London Bridge we've saved you a Google:
Commenting on her post, many tried to make Teigen feel better explaining to her that it's a mistake loads of people make.
One wrote: "Don’t worry, a lot of people from the UK don’t know this either." Well, they aren't wrong.
Another agreed: "Common mistake even us Brits forget lol."
A third person who has make the mistake themselves, added: "It happened to us too ahahahah."
Someone else also outed themselves: "Did the same thing when I went to London. American education sucks sometimes LOLOL."
During the trip, the Legend family visited several London landmarks and locations, including The London Eye, the West End and the London Dungeon.
On New Year’s Eve, Teigen and her husband went to see the 'wonderful' theatre production Cabaret At The Kit Kat Club, which stars Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne and singer and actress Jessie Buckley.
The model thanked 'London for being such a dream', and added that the family 'have felt so much love from strangers here'.
In a post telling fans their trip had come to an end, Teigen wrote: "We usually keep to ourselves on holiday and often joke that vacations are just us watching the same shows in a different city but I’m proud of us this time around!
"From the London dungeon to the Eye to Tower Bridge to Bond St to the Kit Kat club to the farmhouse to the Cotswolds, we finished off our trip seeing some incredible talents perform in Mary Poppins and phew I am in awe at the whole production and all these massive triple threats. We bow to you.
"Anyhow I shall wipe these tears and pack these bags for it is time to get back home. Thank you, London, for being such a dream."
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