John Legend's daughter Luna reveals she pushed a boy on her first day of school in recent video
Model and author Chrissy Teigen, best known for being John Legend’s wife, took to Instagram to share a video of her daughter explaining she pushed a boy at school.
Before uploading the video, Chrissy posted a photo of her two-year-old daughter Luna Stephens wearing white sandals, a pink and white dress, and a denim jacket while looking at a family photo album.
In the caption, Chrissy explained that it was her first week of school and that the album was meant for Luna to look at it during the moments she felt sad or upset while at school.
Later, the proud mother uploaded a clip portraying Luna sitting in front of a rounded tree-like table while Chrissy asked her to tell what happened earlier that day.
The girl told her mother that she hit her forehead. However, Chrissy told her not to mention that story but the other one, so Luna said that she pushed a boy and the recording ended. It was not explained why Luna pushed the boy, though.
As soon as Chrissy uploaded that video, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts. One of them was Instagram user @color_life_quotes who pointed out that Luna was “so cute.”
THEIR RECENT FAMILY TRIP
John, Chrissy, Luna, and the couple’s youngest son, Miles, went to Bali for several days for vacation and the mother of two uploaded many photos, videos, and tweets about that experience.
As Celebritist previously reported, she and John have admitted that they didn’t want Luna to feel left behind when Miles was born, so they let her hold her brother for her to develop love and care for him and, so far, she has been very excited over her new role.
FLYING WITH TWO YOUNG CHILDREN
When Chrissy’s family started their trip, she tweeted that they survived the first 15-hour flight with her two-year-old daughter and newborn baby as that there was one more leg to go.
Finally, she pointed out that hearing other children cry was great because it meant it wasn’t her own kids and that it was a better feeling than silence.