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Mary Elizabeth Ellis and Charlie Day Thank Japan For Their Generosity

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The popular actress Mary Elizabeth Ellis seems to have thoroughly enjoyed her break away from the country with her husband Charlie Day. The couple which spent their vacation in Japan has now landed back to the country. But looks like they are still not over their trip. Ellis is already taking over social media with her vacation pictures. But the couple is totally in love with the country, and its hospitality. And Mary is publicly expressing her gratitude to Japan in front of the world on her Instagram.

While sharing a picture of herself posing alongside husband Charlie Day in Japan, she shared with her followers that they had landed back in Los Angeles after their vacation. She continued to praise Japan for the wonderful country that she claims it is. She thanked it for their hospitality which they extended to the couple on their trip. Not just that, but she claimed that the environment there was incredibly generous.

Mary Elizabeth Ellis concluded her post with a warning for all her followers. She added that there were lots of pictures from the Japan vacation coming up. With the caption, it is already pretty evident how much she loves the new country. So, it will be no surprise if all the posts express her gratitude and appreciation to Japan for being a wonderful host to the couple for their time there.

Mary Ellis and Charlie Day tied the knot back in March 2006. Now, they have one son together, and although he was not spotted in the picture Ellis uploaded, we might be seeing him in other ones from the trip. Was the couple enjoying a late anniversary vacation in Japan?

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