Christy Turlington, 53, with her husband of almost 20 years Ed Burns, 54


Christy Turlington glowed in gold at the Chanel event in NYC this week.

The former 90s supermodel who worked for Calvin Klein and Vogue had on a stunning gown with her brunette hair down.

And the cover girl made the very rare move of bringing her actor director husband of almost 20 years, Ed Burns, with her on the red carpet.

In love: Christy Turlington made the rare move of posing with her husband Ed Burns on the red carpet at the Chanel event in NYC on Monday

The two looked like a NYC power couple as they stood side by side. Burns is best known for starring in Saving Private Ryan and 27 Dresses. He has also directed several films such as She’s The One.

Also at the event was Penelope Cruz and Andie MacDowell.

This comes after she shared a sweet photo with her eldest child Grace over the weekend — and they look more like sisters than mother and daughter.

While both rocking beautiful black gowns for a night out, the supermodel, 53, made sure to snap an iconic family photo with her carbon copy, 18, who was wearing a white corsage on her wrist, and husband Burns, 54.

In the photo, the teenager can be seen beaming as she stood between her famous parents as her mother sweetly held onto her arm. 

Happy family: Turlington shared a sweet photo with her eldest child Grace over the weekend — and they look more like sisters than mother and daughter

Happy family: Turlington shared a sweet photo with her eldest child Grace over the weekend — and they look more like sisters than mother and daughter

‘Our girl,’ the mother-of-two captioned the picture, which showed her in a sleeveless, floor-length dress and light brown hair cascading down her back.  

The post comes nearly three months after Grace landed her first magazine cover, in which she sported a $6,400 red lace sheath dress by Prada and a ‘Graceland’ trucker hat.

Turlington celebrated the milestone achievement by posting the issue of POP Magazine, featuring her lookalike, with a heartfelt caption.

Got it from her mama: The teen closely resembles her supermodel mom, 53, who was part of the '90s modeling cohort dubbed the 'Magnificent Seven'

 Got it from her mama: The teen closely resembles her supermodel mom, 53, who was part of the ’90s modeling cohort dubbed the ‘Magnificent Seven’

‘Can’t take any credit or responsibility for this, other than having birthed this wonder to the world and given her the family name she carries with its full meaning and representation,’ Turlington captioned the image. ‘Once again, welcome to the world @graciebrns I love you, Kiddo.’

Grace was photographed by Clara Balzary for the cover shoot, and with her light brown hair, arched brows, and green eyes, she is the spitting image of her mother.

Turlington, along with Linda Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer, and Elle Macpherson, was famously a part of the ’90s modeling cohort that the New York Times dubbed the ‘Magnificent Seven.’

With her light brown hair, arched brows, and green eyes, Grace is the spitting image of her mom

Turlington is pictured in 1991 at age 22

With her light brown hair, arched brows, and green eyes, Grace (left) is the spitting image of her mother. Turlington is pictured in 1991 at age 22 (right)

The beauty has appeared on the cover of countless magazines over the years, and it looks like her daughter is following in her footsteps. 

Grace’s first cover got the stamp of approval from plenty of her mother’s famous friends, including Campbell, who called herself a ‘proud auntie’ in the comments of Turlington’s post.

‘Amazing!’ wrote Crawford, whose 20-year-old daughter, Kaia Gerber, is also a model, while Christensen shared heart eyes emojis in response.

‘Her career is about to EXPLODE,’ predicted actress and writer Jill Kargman.

Actress Eve Hewson, whose father is U2 lead singer Bono, also showed her support, writing: ‘Go girl!’

And Meadow Walker, the daughter of late actor Paul Walker, responded with one word: ‘Queen.’ Just a year before, the 23-year-old had made her own cover debut on POP Magazine.

Back in March, Grace also shared the cover on her Instagram page while opening up about how much the opportunity means to her.

‘WORDS CAN NOT EXPRESS THIS FEELING!!! The experience of being a part of this issue and collaborating with this empowering, genuine, bada** team of women was beyond my wildest imaginations,’ she wrote.

‘I am so so grateful for all those who contributed to this production and who made this wholly positive experience possible,’ she continued. ‘You inspired me creatively in immeasurable ways, and for that, my heart is forever full.

Modeling: Back in March, Grace also shared the cover on her Instagram page while opening up about how much the opportunity means to her

Modeling: Back in March, Grace also shared the cover on her Instagram page while opening up about how much the opportunity means to her 

'The experience of being a part of this issue and collaborating with this empowering, genuine, bada** team of women was beyond my wildest imaginations,' she wrote

‘The experience of being a part of this issue and collaborating with this empowering, genuine, bada** team of women was beyond my wildest imaginations,’ she wrote

‘Big [heart] to @thepopmag for making my dreams come true!!! THANK YOU @rafsimons @prada.’

Turlington and Burns, who have been married for 18 years, are also parents to a 16-year-old son, Finn.

The teen is also involved with Turlington’s non-profit, Every Mother Counts, which is a medical justice and maternal care organization.

Grace is also involved with Turlington's non-profit, Every Mother Counts, which is a medical justice and maternal care organization

Grace is also involved with Turlington’s non-profit, Every Mother Counts, which is a medical justice and maternal care organization

Talking about instilling values in her children in 2018, Turlington told InStyle: ‘When you don’t tell your kids what to do, when you don’t say, “You should do this, and you should be thankful for this,” they get it themselves.’

Grace may have purposefully waited until she was 18 to start modeling at her mother’s request.

‘There is no job that cannot wait for a girl to become a woman,’ Turlington told the Daily Mirror last year.

'There is no job that cannot wait for a girl to become a woman,' Turlington told the Daily Mirror last year

‘There is no job that cannot wait for a girl to become a woman,’ Turlington told the Daily Mirror last year 

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