Chrissy Teigen, John Legend expecting second child together

Ruben Ruiz
November 24, 2017

In her own post flaunting her work, Atkin teased Teigen about the chop, jokingly suggesting that her new bangs were a bigger deal than her incoming baby.

"Very excited to not have to hide this any more", Teigen wrote on Snapchat, while posing in a dress highlighting her bump.

The model and presenter sarcastically captioned the clip with the words "It's John's" to her 15 million followers. OK, fine. Traditionally, expectant mothers wait until they're past the first trimester to share the news, and if that's the case here, then the baby would be due around April or May. "Luna, what's in here?" the mom-to-be asked her daughter. Little Luna responded, "Baby!" Alongside the clip, Chrissy joked in the caption: "It's John's!"

News if she one day wanted to have another child at an event in Los Angeles in early November, Teigen revealed she was indeed "working on it".

Test'Just got banged... it really is her hair' her stylist Jen Atkin proudly declared in a mini clip tugging on it to prove
Test'Just got banged... it really is her hair' her stylist Jen Atkin proudly declared in a mini clip tugging on it to prove

John and Chrissy's baby announcement comes after the brunette beauty opened up about her struggle to conceive with husband John.

In January this year, Teigen revealed that their next child would be a boy "because that is the embryo we have left". For us, it's hard because he's on the road so much and I'm working.

Family goals, am I right? But after narrowing them down to the ones "you know are going to be good for your body", only three remained.

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