Baby Luna has met Santa! Chrissy Teigen brought her eight-month-old daughter to visit Father Christmas for the first time ever, and sweetly captured the moment with a series of photos.
The model found a creative way to include her husband John Legend, who was away in Paris, in the snaps – she had her friend hold up a photo cut out of the Love Me Now singer.
"When your husband is in Paris but you gotta get your Santa on," Chrissy, 31, captioned the photo. The model was her gorgeous self in a cosy jumper and ripped jeans, while baby Luna looked adorable in a red plaid dress.
Chrissy Teigen found an inventive way to include John Legend in the photos
The mother-daughter duo visited their local Santaland in Macy's. Sharing another photo of Luna and St Nick, Chrissy posted a crying face emoji and wrote: "@Macys has the sweetest Santa ever."
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Baby Luna looked more than comfortable in Santa's arms and reached out to touch his nose in another cute snap. "I love the holidays," wrote Chrissy.
Baby Luna visited Santa for the first time!
The Lip Sync Battle star and her husband John, 37, welcomed their first child in April. The couple have made no secret of their desire to continue with IVF treatment and have more children.
"It's a beautiful thing," John told Mr Porter's The Journal. "We want to have a few more hopefully. Three or four. We'll play it by ear though."
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Opening up about their struggle to conceive for several years, John said: "You know, sometimes it's just harder for some people than for others. We're just happy that we were able to do it with our doctor. He's [doctor] never really told us that there was something specific that he could identify was the reason why it just didn't work out naturally. We did what we had to do."
"I love the holidays," wrote Chrissy
Meanwhile, John has also commented on the meeting between his friend Kanye West and US President-elect Donald Trump. On Tuesday the rapper made a high-profile visit to Trump Tower in New York, revealing that the pair had discussed "multi-cultural issues".
Expressing his disappointment, John said: "I don't think it's impossible to talk to [Trump] about issues, but I won't be used as a publicity stunt. I think Kanye was a publicity stunt."
He added to French outlet Clique: "I think Trump has been corrosive, his message has been corrosive to the country. I think the things he has promised to do have been very concerning for a lot of people, and for Kanye to support that message is very disappointing."