Chrissy Teigen Gives Birth, Welcomes Second Child With Husband John Legend

Somebody's herrrrrrre!' - Chrissy Teigen has given birth to a baby boy

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have welcomed their second child, Luna's little brother on!

"Somebody's herrrrrrre!" Teigen tweeted along with baby bottle emojis.

Back in November, Chrissy - who already shares two-year-old daughter Luna with husband John - announced that the couple was expecting another baby.

"Happy pregnant Chrissy is gone. Wanna hold my boy let's do thisssssss (sic)", she tweeted earlier this month.

Legend and Teigen, a model, welcomed their first child, Luna, two years ago.

"Luna, what's in here", Teigen asked her daughter. 'It's hard though, because she's definitely jealous of John and I. She's so protective of John, and when we kiss, she like, looks [up] from no matter where she is'. "I think after having one, there's a lot of things you learn the first time that will be helpful this second time around".

But if there's anyone who is ready to grow their family, it's Chrissy and John.

Model Chrissy Teigen and singer John Legend arrive at the 88th Academy Awards in Hollywood, Calif., Feb. 28, 2016.



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