John Legend received a tattoo honoring child Jack that appears precisely like Chrissy’s
Over the weekend, Chrissy Teigen shared a candy tribute to her late son Jack, who handed after pregnancy complications involving her placenta. She received a tattoo on her wrist of his identify and now, John Legend seems to have gotten the very same tattoo in the identical spot on his wrist.
Images of the couple’s matching ink had been shared on superstar tattoo artist, Winter Stone’s, Instagram web page.
It was early Sunday morning that Teigen revealed her tattoo in a photograph she shared on Twitter.
Chrissy additionally has a tattoo that claims “John – Luna – Miles,” for her husband and their daughter Luna Simone, 4, and son Miles Theodore, 2. Legend has an identical tattoo with the names “Chrissy – Luna – Miles.” Now, Jack is on there proper together with the remainder of the household.
The couple misplaced their son simply over a month in the past and shared the information in a heartbreaking Instagram put up. “We’re shocked and within the type of deep ache you solely hear about, the type of ache we’ve by no means felt earlier than. We had been by no means capable of cease the bleeding and provides our child the fluids he wanted, regardless of baggage and baggage of blood transfusions. It simply wasn’t sufficient,” they wrote.
Final week, Teigen shared a post on Medium detailing their loss and the weeks after. Within the essay, she made clear that the photographs the couple selected to absorb the moments after Jack handed are a part of their grieving course of — and that she’s not involved what anybody else thinks. “I can not categorical how little I care that you just hate the photographs,” Teigen writes. “How little I care that it’s one thing you wouldn’t have completed. I lived it, I selected to do it, and greater than something, these photographs aren’t for anybody however the individuals who have lived this or are curious sufficient to surprise what one thing like that is like. These photographs are just for the individuals who want them. The ideas of others don’t matter to me.”