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See John Legend & Chrissy Teigen Give 3-Month-Old Wren a "Kiss Sandwich"
The Voice Coach and his wife showered the newborn with love.
Baby Wren Alexander Stephens has the most loving parents!
On September 10, John Legend's wife, Chrissy Teigen, posted the most adorable clip of her and The Voice Coach giving their newborn baby, Wren, a giant smooch. In the video, Legend held the baby while he and Teigen both leaned down to give Wren a kiss on each side of his face. Then, we catch a glimpse of Wren making a confused face towards the camera. How cute!
"Kiss sandwich is back!! Some like it more than others. (I think? I have yet to find them)" Teigen captioned the post.
"Rude!" Legend cheekily commented.
All about baby Wren Alexander Stephens
As a surprise to fans, baby Wren was welcomed to the world via surrogate in June 2023. The couple already share kids Luna, 7, Miles, 5, and Esti, 9 months. Teigen announced the wonderful news via Instagram, and shared the sentimental meaning behind the newborn's name.
"We also met the most incredible, compassionate surrogate we could ever imagine, Alexandra. I knew she was a perfect match for us the moment we spoke to her. All of our wishes and dreams aligned. I wanted to be her friend, I wanted our children to play, I wanted dinner together, I wanted to lay my head on her belly and be able to feel the hiccups and kicks. I wanted them to be in our lives for as long as time would allow," Teigen wrote on the post.
She added, "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."
"We talk all the time, constantly on a nice little text exchange. She sees all my Instagram Stories and I try to send her little pictures behind the scenes. I told her at the beginning of this journey, I wanted someone who would be there for birthday parties and throughout life," she told the outlet.
She continued: "I think the way I operate with anybody in our house, whether it's nannies or my mother living with us, or my friends that are in the house or security or whatever, I want an atmosphere where everybody feels really comfortable in our home and that extended to her. It felt like she could come over anytime, and I feel like we do still have that relationship. It's been really wonderful."