Chrissy Teigen gushes over her ‘strong third baby for ‘working so hard

Lawrence Kim
September 28, 2020

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Chrissy Teigen revealed she was hospitalized over the weekend for issues relating to her third pregnancy. No sooner than the Instagram mishap dissipate, with the model relocating, honorary doctors on Twitter began their attempts to "diagnose" the model and whatever ailment befell her to force her into a hospital bed.

Chrissy Teigen, 34, has been vocal about being on bed rest because of her "high-risk" third pregnancy, and she revealed on September 27 that she has been hospitalized after she was bleeding more than usual. I take baths twice a week, no showering... We're talking more than your period, girls, but definitely not spotting. Her weak placenta is what forced her to go on bed rest. "A lot of people spot and it's usually fine". "But today the big difference was that it kind of was like if you were to just kind of turn a faucet on low and leave it there and just kind of leave it", Chrissy revealed. "And it's so weird because I feel really good".

Here's hoping Chrissy can get through the rest of her pregnancy remaining happy and healthy, and that in another four or five months, she and John will be welcoming a third, adorable little baby Legend to the clan. "I just can't speak up right now because my body is in such bad shape and I mentally cannot handle what will come out of it". Despite this, the expectant mother said her baby is "so healthy" and stronger even at this stage than her other two children, Luna and Miles, were. "He moves a lot, he moves so much earlier than they ever did", she said. "But basically, he is the strongest, coolest dude in, like, the shittiest house". His house is just falling apart.

The star also confirmed that she has been forced to halt the production schedule for her Quibu series as well, "and same with shutting down filming Chrissy's Court" because the "Baby can not do it", and "I am devastated".

She admitted she and the baby need to make it through the "danger zone" of the next few weeks and it's been a "scary" experience.

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