Chrissy Teigen, a model, and musician John Legend on Wednesday revealed the surrogate-assisted birth of their fourth child.
On Monday, June 19, Teigen announced the birth of their son Wren Alexander Stephens in a lengthy Instagram post.
I’ve always wanted four kids, ever since I can remember,” she stated. Teigen and Legend contacted a surrogacy firm in September 2020 to learn more about using two tandem surrogates “to each bring us a healthy baby boy or girl” after losing their son, Jack, at 20 weeks of gestation. Twins, sort of? stated Teigen.
Soon after, Teigen made the decision to resume the IVF procedure, which led to the pregnancy of Esti Maxine Stephens, who was born in January. Teigen met Alexandra around that time, the “most incredible, loving, compassionate surrogate,” whose pregnancy coincided briefly with Teigen’s.
We wish to thank you, Alexandra, for this wonderful present you have given us. And we are overjoyed to announce to the world that Wren Alexander Stephens, a name that will always be associated with you, is here.
“Our home and hearts are now completely full. We know both of their angel kisses on our Jack came from you, she added.
On Instagram, Legend also announced the arrival of his newest family member with a series of images and the statement, “Wren Alexander Stephens, our new love.” The couple also has a 5-year-old boy named Miles and a 7-year-old daughter named Luna.