Us Weekly: Chrissy Teigen Is 'Going through Intense Grief Counseling' after Losing Baby
Following the devastating moment she lost her baby, media star Chrissy Teigen has been taking some measures to quell the sadness. Presently Teigen is going through Intense grief counseling.
“Lip Sync Battle” star Chrissy Teigen has been trying to stay positive after the loss of her baby, Jack. This was according to an Us Weekly insider who shared that she was going through intense grief counseling.
The source made it known that the process was going to be a “long and hard journey” nonetheless, Teigen is willing to go through with it. The star has been putting up a positive outlook after announcing her miscarriage in September.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend at the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on February 09, 2020 | Photo: Getty Images
When she first opened up about the tragic incident, Teigen, a mom-of-two shared an emotional write up chronicling how the medical workers tried to save her child, but all efforts turned futile.
Back in 2017, when she had her first child, Luna, [Teigen] went through postpartum depression.
The star mom made it known that she and her husband, John Legend were able to stay strong because of their children, Luna and Miles. Legend also noted he and grew Teigen closer as they tried to get over their grief. He shared in the chat:
“I feel like the challenges we face together have made us feel even more sure about who we are together as a couple, and who we are as a family.”
Fans watched Chrissy Teigen,34, transition from being a Sports Illustrated star to becoming a mom of two lovely kids. And through her motherhood journey, the star has been an impressive open-book.
Back in 2017, when she had her first child, Luna, the star went through postpartum depression. The star mom shared that everyone around her was happy and supportive of her being a new mom.
When she went back to work on “Lip Sync Battle,” the show’s organizers made several comfortable adjustments for her and little Luna, but all these did not stop her looming depression from taking over. She stated in her candid tell-all:
“I couldn’t figure out why I was so unhappy. I blamed it on being tired and possibly growing out of the role: 'Maybe I’m just not a goofy person anymore...'”
After seeing a doctor who ticked off all of her symptoms, the former swimsuit model was diagnosed with postpartum depression. In her Glamor interview, Teigen mentioned that she opened up in order to help others in a similar situation.
Lauren Bishop, a fertility expert made it known that the 34-year-old’sdecision to open up
about pregnancy loss will help more women who have been through a similar condition open up about their pain.