Chrissy Teigen confessed on Thursday that what she called a miscarriage two years ago was actually a miscarriage — which came as a surprise to her.
Teigen and husband John Legend revealed that they lost their son Jack at 20 weeks as a result of a pregnancy complication in September 2020. At the time, he said it was a miscarriage.
Speaking at social effects agency Proper Daily’s “A Day of Unresolvable Conversation” summit, which was held on Thursday, Teigen said the revelation that it was actually an abortion came as a shock to her.
“Two years ago, when I was pregnant with Jack, John, and my third child, I had to make very difficult and heartbreaking decisions.
It became clear about halfway through that he would not survive, and that I Won’t live without any medical intervention either,” she said.
Teigen, who shares Luna, 6, and Miles, 4, with Legend and is currently pregnant, said she had great medical care and the support of loving friends and family. She was also grateful to strangers who showed their support after the couple went public with the news.
She kept on discussing her miscarriage, before stopping herself. “Let’s just call it what it was: It was a miscarriage,” Starr said.
“A miscarriage to save my life for a baby who had absolutely no chance. And to be honest, I never, really, put it all together until a few months ago.
Teigen said the Supreme Court’s decision earlier this summer in Roe v. He realized this after turning Wade over.
She expressed to Legend that she felt sympathy for people who had miscarriages and the circumstances they had to go through and the emotional decisions “they” had to make when Legend realized that she was really in those people. was one of
“I shut up, feeling weird that I didn’t mean it that way,” Teigen shared. “I told the world we had a miscarriage, the world assumed we had a miscarriage, all the headlines said it was a miscarriage.
And I got really disappointed that I didn’t say what it was in the first place. was, and I felt silly that it took me over a year to really understand that we had a miscarriage.”
Teigen was doing a talk called “We Made That Choice”. The invite-only event – produced in collaboration with culture change agency Invisible Hand, with The Hollywood Reporter as a media partner – took place at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, and was designed to unite A full day of programming featured. Television writers, producers, and executives with cultural change makers.
Many of the day’s conversations covered intellectual humility, mental health, the social and economic divide, criminal justice, reproductive rights, climate change, responsible technology, and more, aimed at influencing future onscreen storylines and stories that appear on screen. To help maintain authenticity.