- Chrissy Teigen just tweeted about the possibility of having a third baby.
- She wrote that was she “good with 2 [kids]” next to a picture of her son, Miles, but then said, “Just posting this to look at when I’m pregnant with my third.”
- Chrissy shares son Miles and daughter Luna—both born via IVF—with husband John Legend.
Chrissy Teigen is pretty candid about every aspect of her life, from pesky pimples to random bouts of leg-shaking. So, when the model and Bring The Funny judge made a joke about having a third baby on Twitter, people definitely paid attention.
“When I had zero babies I wanted 4,” Chrissy tweeted alongside a photo of her son, Miles, painting a pumpkin (and, apparently, himself). “Then 1, I wanted 3. Then 2, I’m good with 2. Just posting this to look at when I’m pregnant with my third.”
She later responded to her own post, pointing out that Miles had painting his own nipples while working on his pumpkin (as one does).
when I had zero babies I wanted 4. Then 1, I wanted 3. Then 2, I’m good with 2. just posting this to look at when I’m pregnant with my third pic.twitter.com/QF49ThZoLq
People weren’t totally sure what to make of Chrissy’s tweet in the comments. Some laughed at her joke, while others were trying to figure out if she was hinting at something. “Is it too early to say ‘congratulations!'” one wrote. “I think she’s pregnant again!!” another said.
While it didn’t seem like Chrissy was trying to announce anything, a future pregnancy is definitely a possibility. Chrissy told People back in 2018 that she underwent IVF again two years after she became pregnant with her daughter Luna, who is now 4 years old.
“You do the whole process again to try to get as many embryos and eggs as possible,” Chrissy, who was pregnant with Miles at the time, said. “Everyone is freezing everything, and then you make the embryos out of what you freeze and try to make viable, perfect embryos.”
Chrissy didn’t say how many embryos she and husband John Legend got, but she did hint at future plans to expand their family more. “For me, I just want to gather as many [embryos] as possible. I don’t want to do this again for the rest of my life,” she said. Hmm…
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