Chrissy Teigen And John Legend Welcome Baby Boy Via Surrogate

Chrissy Teigen And John Legend Welcome Baby Boy Via Surrogate Instagram/Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend truly love being parents, that much is clear. Teigen in particular regularly posts photos and videos of her little ones on social media, sharing the fun and silliness they bring to the couple’s lives. They have a 7-year-old daughter named Luna, a 5-year-old son named Miles, and a 5-month-old daughter named Esti Maxine. However, they surprised everyone when they announced on June 28 that they’ve also welcomed a new son via surrogate named Wren. Together, these four kids fulfill all of Teigen’s childhood dreams.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Chrissy Teigen posted a Reel of baby boy Wren being burped. He has a full head of hair already, which is super adorable and which Teigen finds impressive, writing, “The hair. Simple Plan is shaking.”

Per People, Wren was born on Monday, June 19, a few short months after sister Esti. And, like his older siblings, fans couldn’t help but notice just how similar Wren looks to dad John Legend.

“OMG he looks more like John than Jon does,” one person wrote. Another added, “John’s face strikes again!!!!!”

Writing in Wren’s birth announcement, Teigen explained that welcoming a new baby via surrogacy was something that had been in the works since 2021. While she initially considered having two surrogates carrying simultaneously, she decided to carry Esti via IVF as their surrogate, Alexandra, acted as a surrogate for the other baby.

Earlier in the day, before announcing that their surrogate had given birth to their baby boy, Chrissy Teigen posted to Instagram that she’s “always wanted four children,” and that “as a little girl, 2 glow worms and 2 cabbage patch dolls were perpetually in my arms, helping me stir in my pretend kitchen, watching Alf with me.” Now that her family is complete, she must be over the moon! We’re certainly loving seeing such happy, loved kids. After Legend and Teigen’s miscarriage grief, this is joyful news.

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