Chrissy Teigen has revealed she is having a baby boy! The model, who is pregnant with her second child, announced the exciting news on Instagram after appearing at the Grammys with her husband John Legend on Sunday. "Mama and her baby boy," she captioned a red carpet picture of herself holding her blossoming baby bump. The 32-year-old looked absolutely sensational in a silver sequin Yanina Couture gown, which featured long bell sleeves and a tight waistline which accentuated her tummy.
Chrissy Teigen is having a baby boy!
Chrissy and musician John, who are already proud parents to one-year-old daughter Luna, confirmed their pregnancy in November. Last year, at the Annual Producers Guild Awards, Chrissy told Entertainment Tonight, that she would be having boy. She teased: "A little boy is next, for sure." The mum-of-one later clarified her comments on Twitter, writing: "I said our next baby would be a boy because that is the embryo we have left. A boy. So. Yeah." Chrissy has been candid about her struggle to conceive little Luna, revealing in February 2016 that the couple had chosen to implant a female embryo during in vitro fertilisation that had resulted in the birth of her daughter. "The first little girl didn't work, and then the second is Luna," she told InStyle, explaining that the couple started with 20 embryos, which were narrowed down to three after screening.
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In a previous interview in Mr Porter's The Journal, John also discussed their difficulties to conceive before turning to IVF. "We figured eventually we'd have to go into the doctor and see why it wasn't happening naturally," he 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."
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