Rain, Kim Tae Hee spotted at Rome airport

The couple was seen wearing matching white fedoras and sunglasses at the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome.

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Rain and Kim Tae Hee
Rain and Kim Tae Hee will be tying the knot this February. Pinterest

Celebrity couple Rain and Kim Tae Hee have become the centre of attraction for netizens. Ever since their cute fairy-tailed weddings, fans are keen to know more about their life. Back in May, the couple announced that they are expecting their first baby in October and fans went on rejoicing mode again.

On Tuesday, a report of SBS Korea published images of the couple from the Role airport. Reportedly, the couple is on a European vacation and is enjoying time with each other. The report stated that Kim is 7 months pregnant but was glowing and looked pretty. "Kim Tae-hee is still pregnant, but she is still beautiful and she has covered her belly with D-line," it quoted.

In the published photos, the couple was seen wearing matching white fedoras and sunglasses. They were waiting for their departure from the Leonardo da Vinci International Airport in Rome, Italy. The couple was also accompanied by Rain's father.

After almost four years of dating, the pretty couple entered the wedlock in a private ceremony early this year with just 50 guests at the Gaheo-dong Cathedral in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Rain, 34, and Kim, 36, have been dating since 2012. The couple also went on a romantic honeymoon in Bali post the wedding. Though there were reports that Kim is looking for a comeback to the industry, here pregnancy reports have put an end to all the speculations.

On the career front, Rain has seven albums (six Korean, one Japanese), 28 singles and numerous concerts to his list; he made his acting debut in the drama Sang Doo! Let's Go To School in 2003. While, Kim is best known for her roles in Stairway to Heaven, Love Story in Harvard, Iris, My Princess, and Yong-pal.

Up next, Rain, is likely to play the role of legendary Korean cyclist Uhm Bok Dong in an upcoming biopic. Uhm was a Korean cyclist active during the Japanese colonial era. He became a heroic icon after winning cycle races against Japan's top cyclist during the era. For Uhm, cycling was a way of protest against Japanese colonisation.

This article was first published on September 12, 2017