Chrissy Teigen is discussing her pregnancy publicly.
The television star tweeted an update, claiming she had a memorable experience with her unborn child.
She wrote with a teary eye emoji, "I finally feel the baby so I don't need to email my doctor for a daily drive by ultrasound anymore."
I can now feel the baby without needing to text my doctor every day to request an ultrasound drive-by.
Christopher Teigen (@chrissyteigen) 20 September 2022
Following her announcement that her prior "pregnancy loss" was actually an abortion to "save my life," Teigen just revealed that she is pregnant. Speaking at the "A Day of Unreasonable Conversation" gathering last Thursday, she was open about losing her pregnant child.
THE 'MISCARRIAGE,' SAYS CHRISSY TEIGEN, WAS REALLY AN ABORTION TO SAVE HER LIFE: ‘HEARTBREAKING’
Teigen lost her baby boy Jack in September 2020 while she was 20 weeks pregnant. The cookbook author revealed she was having IVF treatment almost two years later.
Luna, age 6, and Miles, age 4, are the two children she presently has with artist John Legend.
Tuesday, Legend, 43, shared a cute photo of the couple on Instagram. His wife looked stunning in a pink gown, while he was dressed in a black tuxedo.
With a red heart emoji, the post said, "Love me a tuxed up date night."
"You truly do, so much," the 36-year-old former Sports Illustrated model wrote in a comment on the post.
Teigen announced on Instagram last month that she and her husband were adding to their family.
"After a billion shots (mostly in the leg lately, as you can see! ), we are expecting another. Every time I have my appointment, I tell myself, "Ok, if it's healthy today, I'll announce," but then I hear a heartbeat and decide I'm still too nervous."
The author of "Cravings: Hungry For More" closed by posting a mirror selfie showing her baby belly in a black crop top and matching undergarments.
"I doubt I'll ever leave a meeting feeling more thrilled than anxious, but so far, everything is lovely and flawless, and I'm filled with hope and amazement. Oh my goodness, it's been so difficult to hold this in for so long!"