Chrissy Teigen says she is expecting a baby and is "feeling positive and amazing."
Nearly two years after a heartbreakingly detailed stillbirth that Teigen and her husband John Legend documented, the couple is expecting a child.
Nearly two years after losing their first pregnancy, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting another child.
Teigen shared two images of her growing baby bump on Instagram on Wednesday before making the announcement.
She noted that following a miscarriage in 2020, which she detailed in great length in the wake of it, joy has "filled our home and hearts again."
The 36-year-old model and cookbook author, who is married to Legend and has two children, Miles and Luna, added, "We have another on the way."
She discussed her struggle with infertility and her fear of announcing her pregnancy in the article.
Every time I go in for an appointment, I tell myself, "OK, if it's healthy today I'll announce," but then I hear a heartbeat and decide I'm still too anxious.
I don't think I'll ever leave a checkup feeling more excited than nervous, but thus far, everything is wonderful and flawless, and I'm full of hope.
The couple announced their heartbreaking loss of their son, Jack, at 20 weeks of her pregnancy in 2020.
Teigen revealed in an essay that same year that she had a partial placental abruption, as determined by medical professionals.
It was praised at the time for demystifying a common and tragic experience by being candid about Teigen's stillbirth.