Lily Collins wrapped up filming Emily In Paris Season 2 and her husband, film director Charlie McDowell and the couple’s dog Redford flew to the iconic city to celebrate with her.

“Today season 2 of Emily in Paris is out on Netflix,” McDowell captioned a photo of the couple in Paris. “This show is made with such care and love from everyone involved. All to make you laugh and put a smile on your face. I will forever be in awe of my wife’s hard work, commitment, and kindness she shows EVERY SINGLE DAY. If she wanted to be a cult leader she easily could but I’m glad she’s playing Emily instead. Happy binging.”


Collins posted the same photo citing the occasion as “Bring your family to work day.”

The only thing better than traveling like Lily Collins is spending time in Paris like Lily Collins as Emily.

In Season 2, Emily and her friends frequent Le Café Marly, known for its location. The Louvre serves as the view from this café, so make sure to grab a croissant and enjoy the sights and sounds of the City of Lights.

Emily is also seen going to a cemetery for lunch. It’s not just any cemetery though, it’s Cimitiere Pere Lachaise, where literary icon Oscar Wilde and legendary composers Gioachino Rossini and Frédéric Chopin are buried. It’s a beautiful cemetery, perfect for a morning stroll, or even a unique lunch spot.

The best for last. Gabriel’s restaurant is an actual cafe called Terra Nera. Reviewers rave about the good service and deliciously authentic Italian food, which can be difficult to find in Paris. While at Terra Nera, try their fresh spaghetti, risotto and tiramisu.

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