A good morning it is indeed! If you dipped into the bottle of wine a little early yesterday and are still rubbing the bleariness out of your eyes today, I'm delighted to share the pregnancy announcement that will save 2020: Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are expecting their third!
The parents to Luna, 4, and Miles, 2, shared the news via Legend's music video for "Wild," the latest single off his recent "Bigger Love" album. You see, music videos hold a bit of significance to the couple: They first met on the set of Legend's "Stereo" video in 2006, and Teigen appears in the video for 2013's "All of Me," which was dedicated to her. "Wild" was directed by Nabil, who Teigen said introduced her and her husband 14 years ago.
In "Wild," which features Chrissy and John going on adventures and lovin' up on each other in the pool, the family of four is seen walking along the beach toward the end, with one quick shot of Legend holding Chrissy from behind, their hands crossed over the hint of a baby bump -- there you have it!
After the video premiered and Teigen had fielded all kinds of congratulations across her social media accounts, she posted a quick clip on Twitter of her burgeoning bump. It's unclear how far along Chrissy is, but second or third pregnancies tend to result in larger bumps quicker, anyway.
But just as the world was collectively wishing the family well, New York-based comedian Jared Freid was occupied with a different video from the Teigen-Legend clan. Freid, who calls himself the Board Lord when necessary, has created a comedy bit out of roasting people's charcuterie boards, born out of the many (many) social media accounts dedicated to them (seriously -- just search "charcuterie" on Instagram).
Even the best boards posted with pride aren't safe from Freid's critical eye, and the latest board to fall prey to his harsh judgment? Luna Stephens'.
As part of promo for a contest run by Teigen's cooking brand, Cravings, the cookbook author had her daughter prepare a snack board. As it was, it was a snack board that only a 4-year-old could love, and Freid didn't hold back.
Between the open Ring Pop, already-nibbled cheese and literal whole slice of pepperoni pizza, Freid was less than impressed with the little "Legend's" work (note: even though her father goes by Legend, and Freid has chosen to call her Luna Legend, the kids have his actual last name, Stephens).
Prior to Luna's roast, Freid also got to John. He was dissatisfied with Legend's raw almonds and lack of explanation on how to eat a kumquat. Legend shows off grapes from their "vineyard," which Chrissy debunks by bringing the camera over to their one single grapevine.
Freid's quote of the roast? "You don't have a vineyard, but you do have $10 million."
Personally, I thought both charcuterie boards slapped, but for the sake of a roast, maybe this family should stick to making babies.