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John Legend's 6-Month-Old Son, Wren, Played Piano With Him on Christmas: See Pic
The Voice Coach's youngest looked enchanted by the instrument.
It looks like John Legend's youngest son is already taking an interest in music like his dad.
This Christmas, The Voice Coach shared the sweetest snapshot of himself and his mini-me 6-month-old son, Wren, playing the piano together. The picture showed Legend all bundled up in winter gear while Wren sat on his lap and pressed some keys, looking curious. How cute!
The other pictures in the carousel showed Legend posing with his wife, Chrissy Teigen, plus snaps of him cuddling with two of his other children, 7-year-old Luna and 5-year-old Miles. We also got to see some fun images of the kiddos playing outside in New York City, where they spent the holiday.
"My Christmas crew," Legend lovingly captioned the post.
See the pictures down later in this article!
Wren isn't Legend's only little one who is fond of the piano. On November 23, the "All of Me" singer shared the most heartwarming clip of himself singing and playing the piano to his 11-month-old daughter, Esti. In the clip, Teigen held the baby and swayed side to side while Esti excitedly kicked her feet, clearly enjoying the fun song and her dad's musical talents.
John Legend's baby son, Wren, is living his best life
But back to baby Wren, who's had an eventful first six months of existence. Not only was he given the much-deserved title of Cutest Baby of 2023 by People, he has also proven to be a foodie like his mama. On December 14, Teigen shared a fun clip of the little one being spoon-fed mashed sweet potatoes, and even though it was a messy adventure, baby Wren seemed to be enjoying every bite.
Wren was born in June 2023 via a surrogate named Alexandra. When Teigen and Legend announced his arrival, Teigen shared a thoughtful post about the meaning behind Wren's name. His middle name is Alexander, named after the surrogate, who Teigen described as "the most incredible, compassionate surrogate we could ever imagine."