When she’s not dueling with the president, Chrissy Teigen is navigating the ups and downs that come with having two small children. Always one to keep it real, the author and model confessed to her Twitter followers that she had to lock herself in an empty room just to get a little peace from her children, Luna (3) and Miles (1).
While plugging her latest Hulu collaboration, Chrissy admitted that she was simply seeking a moment of solace away from her crying kids. Her husband, singer John Legend, and her mother attempted to keep the peace outside.
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“Yes, you may have heard my children crying in the background and if you don’t do this subscription my children will cry harder,” shared Chrissy. “They’re still crying, but I’m pretending I’m still making this video. It’s the only peace.”
We can see why she needs a moment of peace, as the mommy/mogul has been busy shooting and promoting NBC’s Bring the Funny and sifting through cases thanks to the popular “Chrissy’s Court.” She’s also sending little Luna off to preschool in style, while capturing a perfect Miles photobomb.
More Recent Photos of Chrissy Teigen and Her Kids
Chrissy Teigen loves her family, and she really only has to lock herself in an empty room every now and then, just for a moment. Don’t believe us? Check out these recent family snaps!
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Katie Nave is a freelance writer, producer, and mama living in Brooklyn, New York. Driven by her passion for storytelling, she is always seeking opportunities to elevate people who are working to better the world around them.
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