Chrissy Teigen has appeared in public for the first time since the death of her baby boy, Jack.
In September, Teigen confirmed that she and her husband John Legend's third child had died pre-term in hospital. The couple chronicled their experience with heartbreaking personal photos taken from the hospital before Teigen took a break from social media to process the initial stages of her grief.
Last week, the presenter and model returned to social media penning an essay detailing her recent devastating experience and thanking fans, followers and friends for their support.
Now, the 34-year-old has appeared in public for the first time, joining Legend on stage in Philadelphia where he was performing in support of the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris election campaign on Monday evening (November 2).
The singer was preparing to perform his song 'Never Break', which he recently dedicated to Teigen during an emotional performance at the Billboard awards, and invited his wife and children, daughter Luna and son Miles (carried by Chrissy's mother) on stage.
'Hi everyone,' Teigen said as she bent down to speak to the crowds through her husband's microphone.
The couple, who are proud and vocal Democrat supporters, will now be waiting patiently (and anxiously), as the votes cast in the 2020 presidential election continue to be tallied up in what appears to be a neck and neck race between Biden and Donald Trump.
'Remember to breathe and look at puppy photos every once in a while. It’s gonna be a long night,' Teigen told her 33 million Instagram followers on Tuesday, before revealing in her Stories that she has taken to 'stress-cooking' while awaiting the results.
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