Chrissy Teigen may be back on Instagram and sharing her daily life, but she is still recovering from the loss of her pregnancy. The model-turned-entrepreneur shared why she has been absent on Twitter, sharing that she is in “a hole of pain and depression” but improving.
“I’m not tweeting a lot because I’m honestly in a hole of depression and pain,” he tweeted Wednesday. “But don’t worry, I have so much help around me to improve and they will fix me soon. They will call when I am better and I am ready to pick up and you can come and grab me, okay? Thank you and I love you!”
While one follower noted that the last part of his message could have been a DM for someone, Teigen replied, “lol no, I don’t look there, it’s a cesspool asking for podcasts.”
On September 30, Teigen revealed that she and John Legend lost the baby they were expecting.
In a recent interview with ET, Legend opened up about the heartbreaking loss and the vast amount of support they have received since then.
“We have heard from so many people who have also been through it and it has been heartening to receive so much love and support from so many people who have experienced similar things,” she shared. “Chrissy sharing what she shared has also been helpful to other people who are going through it and may go through it in the future. So thank you.”
Just a couple of days ago, Teigen also posted a sweet photo of her “needing” her mother.
“One day I will tell you the recent story of the 4 most difficult days of my life. For now, here I am in need of my mother,” she captioned a photo of her with her mother, Vilailuck Teigen, and her daughter, Luna.
Teigen has spoken about the loss of her pregnancy, and little by little she has shared updates with fans about the well-being of her and her family. After losing her son, Teigen shared intimate photos of her crying in the hospital, including one of her holding baby Jack in her arms.
During an appearance in Good morning america on Tuesday, he explained that the photos were for “people who suffered.”
“I don’t care if you were offended or upset,” Teigen said, acknowledging that Legend himself felt uncomfortable taking the photos. “I understand that it could be like this for people.”
Legend, for his part, said that at first he did not want to “commemorate this pain.”
“But the crazy thing about having a miscarriage is that you don’t leave with anything, you have this void, and we wanted to take the photos to have something to remember,” he added. “I didn’t know we could experience this pain and also share it, but when we did, it really meant a lot to so many people. And it was such a powerful experience for me to learn that. I’m thankful that my wife was brave enough to do it.”
Hear more of what they shared in the video below.