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Chrissy Teigen reveals baby bump


Chrissy Teigen and her husband, John Legend, are expecting another child nearly two years after the couple suffered a pregnancy loss.

Teigen made the announceme­nt Wednesday on Instagram where she posted two photos of her baby bump. She wrote that joy has “filled our home and hearts again” in a post that comes after she had a miscarriag­e in 2020.

“We have another on the way,” wrote the model and cookbook author, 36, who shares two children — Luna and Miles — with Legend. She touched on her fertility journey and being too nervous to unveil her pregnancy.

The couple, who married in 2013, delivered a heart-wrenching post in 2020 after both announced the lost of their son, Jack, at 20 weeks of Teigen’s pregnancy. She was hospitaliz­ed with excessive bleeding before the miscarriag­e.

Farah Griffin, Navarro join ‘View’:

ABC’s “The View” has named two Republican­s — Alyssa Farah Griffin and Ana Navarro — as regular panelists on the daytime talk show, and neither are fans of former President Donald Trump.

Farah Griffin fills the chair left empty when Meghan McCain quit last summer after four years on the show. Farah Griffin is a communicat­ions strategist who worked as a spokespers­on at the Pentagon and for Trump and Vice President Mike Pence during the last administra­tion.

Navarro, a familiar face as a frequent guest host at “The View” since 2015, was officially named as an addition to the show’s group of five hosts.

Navarro has worked for GOP figures John McCain and Jeb Bush.

However, there’s a social

media campaign to boycott “The View” because of Farah Griffin’s hiring, with some fans unwilling to forgive the new host’s service to Trump.

‘Days of Our Lives’ moves to streaming:

“Days of

Our Lives,” the daytime soap that has aired on NBC since 1965, is moving to network parent Comcast’s streaming platform Peacock on Sept. 12. NBC announced Wednesday it will replace “Days” with “NBC News Daily,” a daytime newscast.

“Days of Our Lives” is the last daytime drama on NBC’s schedule. ABC is down to one with “General Hospital,” while CBS has two, “The Young and the Restless” and “The Bold and the Beautiful.”

Pompeo cutting back on ‘Grey’s’ episodes:

Dr. Meredith Grey will be cutting back her workload on “Grey’s Anatomy.” Star Ellen Pompeo is set to appear in eight episodes of the hospital drama — about

a third of the usual number per season — when the ABC show returns for its 19th season on Oct. 6.

Pompeo is reducing her commitment as she prepares to star in a limited series based on the reallife story of a tangled 2010 adoption involving a U.S. couple. It’s for the streaming service Hulu, a Disney corporate sibling to ABC.

But there will be newcomers to help pick up the slack at fictional Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital in Seattle. Alexis Floyd, Niko Terho and Harry Shum Jr. will be among those joining the show as interns.

Aug. 5 birthdays: Actor Loni Anderson is 77. Actor Erica Slezak is 76. Actor Maureen McCormick is

66. Guitarist Pat Smear is

63. Fiddler Mark O’Connor is 61. Actor Mark Strong is

59. Director James Gunn is

56. Actor Jonathan Silverman is 56. Singer Terri Clark is 54. Actor Jesse Williams is 41. Actor Albert Tsai is 18.

 ?? AMY SUSSMAN/GETTY ?? Chrissy Teigen and her husband, John Legend, seen April 3, are expecting another child.
AMY SUSSMAN/GETTY Chrissy Teigen and her husband, John Legend, seen April 3, are expecting another child.

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