chrissy teigen on reasoning behind more photos of daughter

Chrissy Teigen Admits Why She Posts More Photos of Her Daughter Than Her Son & Boy Moms Agree

Chrissy Teigen has a perfectly good reason as to why she doesn’t post as many photos of her son as she does her daughter

In a post to Instagram, Teigen revealed that Luna gets more screen time than Luca because of their preference on clothing. You see where this is going, right?

“‘Why do you post Luna so much more,’ you ask? Because Miles hates pictures and he’s always butt a– naked,” Chrissy wrote.

“Here is what getting a picture of Miles is like,” Chrissy continued on, sharing a snap of her son.

Photographer Alex Lau shared an anecdote about Miles in the comments that really said it all: “Will never forget having to hold a laptop of cartoon car crashes over my head while shooting so he’d look at the camera.”

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It has been close to 7 months since Teigen and John Legend lost their baby, Jack, and recently— Chrissy honored Jack on his due date with a heartfelt message.

Teigen was 20 weeks pregnant when she lost her son.

Last weekend, Chrissy posted a photo of her wrist as she dawned a stack of bracelets. And among her bracelets were three that spelled out her kids’ names in alphabet beads — one for Luna, one for Miles, and of course, one for baby Jack.

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“Today was your due date. We love you forever,” Chrissy captioned the photo on her Instagram story.

Since losing Jack, Teigen has been open about how she has struggled and moved through the grieving process. Despite the tragedy, Teigen believes that her pregnancy loss “saved” her in a way — leading her down a path to therapy and sobriety she may have not originally taken.

“Looking at those pictures now, it seems like so long ago. And also, of course, everything was such a blur,” she says. “Even thinking back to it now, I am still in therapy about it and I’m still coming to terms with it.”

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