Chrissy Teigen and John Legend and their baby visit Safeco Field. (Seattle Mariners)

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend and their baby visit Safeco Field. (Seattle Mariners)

Snohomish High scores when Chrissy Teigen comes to town

Students often return to their old schools when they’re in town.

When you’re a supermodel with a Grammy-winning husband, that visit turns into a full-on viral moment.

Chrissy Teigen stopped by her alma mater Snohomish High School yesterday with R&B hip-hop hubby John Legend.

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The former Panthers cheerleader signed old yearbooks, talked to students and hugged staff. Legend played the piano for the school’s choir practice of “Seasons of Love” from the musical Rent.

Teigen, 31, attended Totem Falls Elementary, Valley View Middle School and Snohomish High School.

Last night, the couple, with their 1-year-old daughter, Luna, took center stage again at the Seattle Mariners game. Luna, wearing a custom Mariners jersey and sneakers with pink laces, threw out the ceremonial first pitch. Teigen wore a crop top and sweatpants with black boots. Legend sported a black sweater and ripped jeans.

It was win-win.

The Mariners beat the Minnesota Twins 12-3.

The Snohomish Panthers hope for a repeat performance.

The school district tweeted Teigen: “The welcome mat is always out for you.”

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