The 31 year old, who married James in Greece last September, took to Instagram to share with her 1.2million followers a glimpse inside their trip to the United States which included Walt Disney World and Anna Maria Island situated on Florida’s Gulf Coast.
James and Lucy, who started dating in 2015 and got engaged in 2020 before finally tying the knot on 12 September 2021, looked very in love as they posed for a series of sweet selfies at Walt Disney World in matching Mickey Mouse caps.
Lucy shared snaps of the magical Cinderella Castle and also posed in cute Minnie Mouse ears as she had a look around the gift shop.
The former reality star also looked stunning as she posed on the beach at Anna Maria Island in black shorts and a taupe crop top while showcasing her toned physique.
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Lucy and James also took time out to do a dolphin excursion with the brunette beauty sharing a snap of the beautiful aquatic mammals leaping out of the ocean.
The gorgeous star penned: “drove from kissimmee —> bradenton on our florida road trip. in bradenton we found never ending white sandy beaches & cute lunch spots.”
It comes after Lucy has revealed she kept her own surname, Watson, explaining that she feels it’s ‘a little outdated’ for women to change their names after marriage.
During a fan Q&A on Instagram, one follower asked: “Have you changed your last name to Dunmore?”, to which Lucy replied: “No, we’re both keeping our own surnames”.
Expanding on her reasoning behind the choice in a following slide, Lucy explained: “I personally feel it’s a little outdated for women to change their names when they marry.
“It used to be the law that women had to take their husbands name because they were seen as ‘possessions’. It is no longer the law and not a tradition I care for.”
The star added: “I think times are changing and perhaps a time will come when women aren’t ‘expected’ to change their names simply because they are a woman.
“Equally I don’t judge women/men who do change their names!
“I just love being Lucy Watson 🙂 and I thank all the women who made it possible for me to have a choice in the matter.”