John Legend’s wife and Cravings author, Chrissy Teigen lost her third child due to pregnancy complications. She suffered a miscarriage after being diagnosed with partial placenta abruption, 20 weeks into her pregnancy. Since then, the star wife has been trying her best to cope up with the loss of her unborn child. Today, Teigen made a post talking about her body post the miscarriage. She shared a picture, giving fans a glimpse of her bump, and expressed her feelings.
The Cravings author expressed herself in a post on Instagram. She shared a picture of her standing in front of a long mirror. In the picture, Chrissy is spotted clicking a selfie of her, sharing a glimpse of how her body looks after the miscarriage. As the picture sees Teigen having a bump still, in her post, the star wife said she wonders why there is a bump when she is no longer pregnant. Sharing the photo, John’s wife wrote, “This is me and my body, just yesterday. Even though I’m no longer pregnant, every glance in the mirror reminds me of what could have been. And I have no idea why I still have this bump, honestly.” She added that it’s frustrating, and continued, “But I’m proud of where this entire journey took my body and mind in other ways.” Teigen then mentioned that she loves being pregnant very much. And, so, she is sad that she will never be again. The author added that she is lucky to have two amazing kids, who are growing up.
Take a look at Chrissy Teigen’s post below and read the full caption:
Meanwhile, the Cravings author had made a post recently talking about her implant-less breasts. As Teigen got a breast implant removal surgery before her pregnancy, taking to her Instagram stories, she mentioned that she doesn’t care anymore if her breasts sag. Also Read: John Legend's Wife Chrissy Teigen Suffers A Miscarriage; Pens A Heart Wrenching Post Mourning The Loss Of Their Son Jack
Image source: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen
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