John Legend has spoken out about his and Chrissy Teigen’s decision to share pictures shortly after losing their baby in 2020.
Teigen suffered a miscarriage in September 2020, a day after she revealed to fans that she had been hospitalized for a blood transfusion.
While updating the public of the pregnancy loss, the model and food writer shared black-and-white photos of her and Legend hugging, taken immediately after the event.
Many responded to the images with support and words of encouragement, while some questioned why they decided to post images of such an intimate nature.
In a new interview, Legend – born John Stephens – explained how the sad incident influenced his upcoming music and shared how it felt telling the world about their experiences.
“It was raw to share our experience,” Legend said The guard.
“I was worried but our instinct was to do it because people knew we were pregnant and Chrissy felt she had to tell the full story of what happened.”
Regarding the responses they received from fans, he went on to say that he was “amazed” at the amount of love and support they received.
He added: “We also found out how many other families have been through this. It was a powerful and brave thing that Chrissy did to share this because it made so many people feel seen and not alone.”
The “All of Me” singer and Teigen have been married since 2013 and share two surviving children: daughter Luna, six, and son Miles, four.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/john-legend-chrissy-teigen-miscarriage-photos-b2079931.html John Legend opens up about Chrissy Teigen’s ‘strong and brave’ decision to share photos after losing baby