John Legend is sceptical that the agony of losing his kid will "totally go gone" at any point.
The 20-week-old baby of the 43-year-old musician and his wife Chrissy Teigen died in 2020, and John freely confesses that the sorrow will follow them for the rest of their lives.
That agony won't ever go away entirely, he added. After someone you love passes away, you are never quite the same.
Thanks to their two kids, the infatuated couple has been able to deal with their heartache.
The BBC quoted John as saying: "To have two tiny ones that we could dote on, nurture, and enjoy... They offer us so much joy." John and Chrissy are the parents of Miles, 4, and Luna, 6, respectively.
We simply managed to support one another during a really trying moment.
Chrissy, 36, recently revealed that she was expecting once more.
But John has managed to contain his own enthusiasm so far.
Because you've experienced losing one, there is always a sense of cautious hope, he said.
Meanwhile, Chrissy earlier this month disclosed that she actually lost her baby Jack to an abortion rather than a miscarriage.
Additionally, the model acknowledged that she required a "medical intervention" to preserve her own life.
Chrissy, who wed John in 2013, said: "Two years ago, when I was expecting Jack, John, and my third child, I had to make a lot of difficult and heartbreaking decisions. Around the midway point, it became abundantly evident that without medical help, neither he nor I would survive.
Chrissy said that there was "almost no possibility" that her newborn boy would live.
It was an abortion, she said. To preserve my life, I underwent an abortion for a child that had no chance. And to be really honest, I didn't put that together until a few months ago.