In a touching scene, the 46-year-old was spotted walking down the streets of Miami, with Rande putting an affectionate arm around his wife.
Married bliss: Former supermodel Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber spotted out in Miami yesterday
The casually dressed couple - wearing matching jeans - were spotted enjoying a relaxing afternoon in the tropical Florida heat as they shopped at the upmarket Bal Harbour Mall.
Cindy has two children by Rande - a son Presley, 12, and 10-year-old daughter Kaia, who recently modelled alongside her for a J.C. Penney advert.
They will celebrate their wedding anniversary on May 29.
Affectionate: The couple held hands and put their arms around each other during their outing to an upmarket shopping mall
Casual style: The pair were both dressed in jeans and dark tops and are set to celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary at the end of this month
She married the businessman and former model in 1998, three years after her split from Hollywood actor Gere.
Earlier this week the pair were out partying in New York as Gerber launched his latest business venture, Caliche Rum.
Former flame: Cindy's marriage to Richard Gere last just four years
Cindy admits that while there needs to be regulations to protect young girls starting out in the industry she says sometimes it's impossible.
She said: 'I'm not still in the trenches right now. But, if you make too many rules - like: "You can't work this many hours" - it doesn't work, because sometimes you have to.
'Sometimes you have to get up early or be prepared to do the job in the freezing cold.
'I think that, again though, models have to have a voice and speak up for themselves, every day, on the job. People have to respect each other. And if you're working with someone who doesn't respect you, then leave.'
The 46-year-old beauty also believes that the only way magazines will change the way they portray their models is if consumers put a stand against it.
She told the magazine: 'I think that the fashion industry is in the consumers'
hands, because, if they buy into it, nothing will change.
'If consumers don't like it that models are too skinny, or too young, and they don't buy the magazines, then believe me, then the magazines will have to change.'
Dressed to impress: Earlier this week the pair were out partying in New York as Gerber launched his latest business venture, Caliche Rum