AceShowbiz - Chrissy Teigen has a reason to celebrate. Around one month after announcing the birth of her fourth child with husband John Legend, the TV personality shared her joy for being able to make the baby boy crack a smile for the first time.
On Sunday, July 23, the 37-year-old model let out a video of herself with her baby boy, Wren, on Instagram. In the clip, she was smiling widely upon seeing her fourth child just let out his first smile. Along with the video, she expressed her excitement, "FINALLLLLLYYYYY! A smile." She added a slew of smiling face with heart emojis.
In the footage, Chrissy could be seen holding Wren, who was wrapped in a white baby onesie with green frog patterns, in her arms. Her camera managed to capture her boy gazing at her and let out a quick smile before he closed his eyes to get back to sleep.
Chrissy's post excited the Internet as well. In the comments section, one Instagram user exclaimed, "Look at all that hair! I wonder if the women who carried him had heartburn bad! [smiling face with heart eyes and laughing emojis]." Another join in, "Gas relief or facial muscle spasm... either way... adorable [a smiling face emoji]. So happy for you."
A third stated, "What a wonderful moment and joy! I'm so glad you finally have the complete family you worked so hard for! Enjoy it all!" Meanwhile, a fourth reminded Chrissy, "Nothing beats that moment in the world, congrats and treasure every second."
Weeks earlier, Chrissy and John's surrogate expressed her feelings on being chosen by the couple to carry their fourth child. Back in June, the surrogate, whose name is Alexandra, wrote in an Instagram comment, "Thank you for choosing me [heart emoji]."
"For making this whole experience so wonderful. For loving me and my family whole heartedly. It was truly an honor bringing perfect Wren into the world with you right by my side [heart emoji]," Alexandra continued.
Alexandra was replying to Chrissy who expressed appreciation to the former. "We want to say thank you for this incredible gift you have given us, Alexandra. And we are so happy to tell the world he is here, with a name forever connected to you, Wren Alexander Stephens. Our hearts, and our home, are officially full," Chrissy wrote in an Instagram post that same month.