Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Are Expecting Baby Number Two

24 November, 2017, 01:05 | Author: Pamela Mathis
  • Chrissy Teigen and John Legend Are Expecting Baby Number Two

"It's John's!" Teigen hilariously captioned the video, referring, of course, to her hubby, Grammy victor John Legend.

But the latest update on Chrissy Teigen's Instagram page may just be her most talk-worthy yet.

The couple are thrilled to be expecting their second child and are so glad the news is out now after "planning" it for such a long time.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting a second baby. "Luna, what's in here?" the Lip Sync Battle host asked her 16-month-old daughter as she pointed at her own belly in the clip. In the background, Teigen's hairstylist, Jen Atkin, who has also worked with Kardashian-Jenner clan, among other A-listers, can be heard telling her, "Just got banged". Alongside the clip, Chrissy joked in the caption: "It's John's!"




Legend, 38, jokingly commented: "Maury will have the final word on this".

Well, it might have been because Teigen was doing some particularly adept bump-hiding on her Instagram up until now.

Both Teigen and Legend have been open about using in vitro fertilization to help conceive Luna.

Family goals, am I right? She told writer Christopher Bagley that she and Legend started with 20 embryos, but that number dropped to three because they had to find out what was "going to be good for [her] body".

Recommended:



Popular

Latest Forecast: Near Record Warmth For Thanksgiving
Strong winds will also develop in the Bighorn Mountains around the Sheridan, Wyoming area. Happy Turkey Day! Enjoy the very warm, sunny weather if you have outdoor plans today.

Clippers lose Beverley for rest of way
Beverley's absence means that the Clippers will be relying more on guards Austin Rivers and Lou Williams . The big man is now averaging 10.5 points, 13.8 rebounds and 1.2 blocks per game on 66.1 percent shooting.

Tencent: First Chinese Company to top $500 Billion Valuation
It has acquired stakes in both Tesla and Snap, and invested in numerous start-ups in Asia including India's Uber rival Ola. This is a huge win for the company as Tencent Holdings Ltd. now has a market value that is more than that of Facebook .

SPOTTED: What Ibrahimovic Said To Lukaku vs Newcastle
Asked about next term, the 36 year-old stated: "Right now, I'm just grateful to be able to play football again". Sooner or later, Lukaku is going to have to tell him, no you get on the right wing, I'm the £90m centre forward.

Radioactive cloud WARNING: Russian 'NUCLEAR disaster' may have caused major pollution
The head of the service said excessive ruthenium-106 levels had been documented in Poland, Bulgaria and Ukraine. Ruthenium-106 is a product of splitting atoms in a reactor and does not occur naturally.

Trump Foundation Finally Shutting Down After Admitting It Broke 'Self-Dealing' Law
The Washington Post reported that the foundation spent $258,000 to settle lawsuits against Trump's for-profit businesses. During that year's presidential race, the charity made more donations than it had from 2012 through 2015 combined.

President Donald Trump pardons turkey in annual White House tradition
Of course, the turkey doesn't get to stay (sorry Tad, no turkeys for pets at the White House). President Obama began the current tradition of pardoning two turkeys in 2009.

Hariri arrives in Cairo for meeting with Sisi
His father, late Prime Minister Rafik al-Hariri, was assassinated in 2005 and an global court is still investigating the tragedy. Hariri arrived in a private jet from Cyprus on Tuesday night, after meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades.

FCC Head Proposes Abandoning Obama-Era Net Neutrality Rules
The move sets the stage for a crucial vote next month at the Federal Communications Commission that could reshape the entire digital ecosystem.

Magnitude quake hits east of New Caledonia, small tsunamis detected
The quake struck at 11:43am (NZT) at a depth of 25km close to the Loyalty Islands, according to the US Geological Service. The Pacific Tsunami Centre warns of "possible" hazardous waves within 300 kilometres of the epicentre.