John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have a family day at the park after talking about her struggles with postpartum depression for an interview for the cover of Glamour magazine.
The World’s Sexiest Man and the model looked picture perfect as they played with their kids Luna Simone Stephens, 3, and Miles Theodore Stephens, 1, on a playground in Beverly Hills.
Teigen wore a distressed acid-washed denim jacket, cropped leggings, and Adidas Yeezy Boost Antila sneakers. She had her hair in a top-knot and sported aviator sunglasses with a fringed fanny pack.
She took a ride down the slide as her kids watched, played in the sandbox with Luna, and was pictured kissing and consoling Miles while the family played at the park.
The Conversations in the Dark singer wore a black club jacket, white tee, black pants, and Off-White blue suede and canvas high top sneakers.
Their kids looked equally stylish with Luna in a pink club jacket, blush pink top, pink and gold tutu, white leggings and gold cowboy boots while her brother wore a Puma ‘cookie monster’ sweater and black sweatpants with blue sneakers.
He helped Miles up a metal ladder to meet with his sister who waited for him on the top of the playground with mom. The happy family left together with John giving his son a piggy back ride and daughter holding hands with Teigen as they walked to the car.
Chrissy talked in recent times about her postpartum depression with Glamour UK and described what it felt like to go through it and the anxiety and depression that often comes with it: “It happened three months after giving birth to Luna,” she told the magazine. “It was a sad existence. There were no highs. It was a flatline of life for a few months. You hear these horrific stories of people not seeing their child as theirs, or wanting to hurt them, I never felt that way. That’s why I put off getting it checked as I hated myself, not my child.”
Thankfully, she took the right steps to get help and hopes by speaking out, other women going through the same problem can relate to her and know they too can get through postpartum depression with the right help.