Break out the blue – there’s an­other lit­tle Leg­end on the way

NW - - News In A Flash - Chrissy & John

Chrissy Teigen might have spent last week shoot­ing the cover of her new book Crav­ings 2, but that’s not the only se­quel she’s cook­ing up. Yep, bub num­ber two is fi­nally on the way. Yaaaaassss!

“Chrissy is preg­nant,” an in­sider con­firms, re­veal­ing it was the model’s mum Vi­lailuck Teigen who couldn’t, er, stay mum about the baby news while vis­it­ing her daugh­ter on the set of her show Lip Sync Bat­tle re­cently.

“Chrissy was cry­ing for what seemed like no rea­son,” adds the in­sider. When Vi­lailuck saw Chrissy’s out­burst, “She was over­heard say­ing, ‘My daugh­ter is so emo­tional these days be­cause she she’s s preg­nant. preg­nant.’”

In Au­gust, Chrissy, 31, hinted that we might soon be hear­ing the pit­ter-pat­ter of tiny feet, re­veal­ing in an in­ter­view she was “tired”, squeez­ing in lots of hol­i­days and had given up al­co­hol be­cause she and her hubby John Leg­end were “go­ing to try and have a child”.

The model also re­vealed the cou­ple would once again be un­der­go­ing the “su­per hard” process of IVF, which they also used to con­ceive their daugh­ter Luna, 18 months.

Given their happy news, their ef­forts ob­vi­ously paid off – and cute-as-a-but­ton Luna can look for­ward to a baby brother!

“A lit­tle boy is next for sure,” Chrissy ad­mit­ted, re­veal­ing they had a male em­bryo on ice.

“That is the em­bryo we have left,” she tweeted in Jan­uary.

They also did gen­der se­lec­tion with Luna, only im­plant­ing fe­male em­bryos.

Now, as she and John, 38, prepare to ex­pand their brood, he says the new bub will only boost their four-year mar­riage.

“Hav­ing a child is a big com­mit­ment for a cou­ple,” says the singer. “Go­ing through that to­gether strength­ens your bond be­cause if you make it through [hav­ing a child], you know you can make it through any­thing.”

Eat­ing for two! Chrissy posted about try­ing a lot of her cookbook’s meals... Crav­ings in­deed!

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