It looks like little Luna is going to be a big sister! Singer John Legend and model Chrissy Teigen are reportedly expecting baby number 2.
The two tried to conceive for years and when they had no luck, they attempted IVF. Two viable embryos were captured in the fertility process. One of them was used, the other frozen. Obviously, the first one took because the two have a gorgeous baby girl, Luna, who is 15 months old.
It seems that the frozen embryo they saved has been successfully implanted this time around because numerous sources claim that the outspoken, vivacious model will be welcoming a new baby, with husband John Legend sometime soon.
Apparently, the information wasn’t supposed to be released just yet but it seems that while Chrissy’s mother Vilailuck Teigen was visiting the set of Chrissy’s show Lip Sync Battle, she was overheard telling someone that her daughter was so emotional lately “because she’s pregnant.”
Both Teigen and Legend have talked openly about attempting to have another baby recently, so it seems like the process has been underway for some months.
There have been reports that Chrissy’s issues with postpartum depression after she had Luna and different schedules have added some tension to their marriage.
Yet, here they are just a couple of days ago visiting a pumpkin patch with daughter Luna, looking all smiles. Perhaps it’s just the rough patches all couples go through and no real cause for concern.
Despite having a tough time with postpartum depression, Teigen said she really loved being pregnant. This could be because her first pregnancy was relatively smooth.
This is what every pregnant woman wishes so hopefully, she’ll luck out again with an easy, breezy pregnancy and the family of three will introduce a little bundle of joy sometime next year. An official due date is not yet known.
The awareness that this couple has brought to the struggle of fertility is really lovely to see as so many go through similar hurdles but there isn’t much dialogue surrounding it.
Fertility troubles can affect anyone, regardless of fame and status.