Chrissy Teigen and John Legend made the 64th Annual Grammy Awards a family affair.

Last night, the couple brought along their two children—five-year-old daughter Luna Stephens and three-year-old son Miles Stephens—to the star-studded event, held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

Teigen shared a snap of their dapper outfits on Instagram, captioning the sweet photo, “Oh dear!!”

Luna shined in a pastel rainbow dress embellished with silver sparkles, which she wore with purple sandals. Little Miles took a style cue from his dad in a sea green suit jacket, black bow tie, and black-and-white loafers.

Once inside the arena, Teigen swapped her voluminous taffy pink gown from Nicole + Felicia‘s fall 2022 couture collection, which she wore on the red carpet, for a more subdued look. She opted instead for a bedazzled yellow dress with frilly pink sleeves from Georges Hobeika‘s fall 2021 couture collection.

Meanwhile, Legend, who gave an emotional performance that night in honour of Ukraine, looked suave in a black velvet suit.

The family unit posed for photos together inside the ceremony, and the kids even got an adorable snap with BTS.

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Chrissy Teigens John Legend Grammys 2022
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The couple recently opened up about undergoing IVF to expand their family after suffering a pregnancy loss in February 2021.

Legend told People that Luna and Miles were “excited” at the possibility of having another sibling. He also expressed some optimism for other parents going through similar fertility issues.

“I think Chrissy’s done a good job of destigmatizing some of these things that so many people go through in silence,” he said. “Whether it’s IVF, or other fertility struggles, whether it’s losing a pregnancy, I think both of us have felt like it’s good for us to share this with other people because other people are going through it too, we don’t think they should suffer in silence without knowing there are other people out there who are feeling the same thing.”

This article originally appeared in Harper’s BAZAAR US