Chrissy Teigen felt it was necessary to update fans on her journey back from her pregnancy loss earlier this fall on social media but probably didn’t know some followers were going to peep beyond the actual view.
“I’m not tweeting much because I’m honestly in a bit of a grief depression hole. But do not worry as I have so much help around me to get better and I’ll be fixed soon. They’ll call when I’m better and ready for pickup and u can swing by and grab me, ok?” she added, before closing with “thank u and love you!” Teigen, 34, had tweeted Wednesday.
The real story is Teigen lost the baby boy she was expecting with husband John Legend, 41, in October. The pair even started calling the baby Jack and had got matching tattoos of his name on them.
Very slowly they were recovering and had started reappearing in public places after the incident with Legend dedicating an emotional performance of “Never Break” to Teigen at the Billboard Music Awards mid-month. Then, at the later part of October, Teigen appreciated fans with a letter that was published on Medium.
Both John Legend and Chrissy Teigen after a week attended an Election Eve rally in support of Joe Biden in Philadelphia where Legend did some track dedicated to his wife.
I’m not tweeting much because I’m honestly in a bit of a grief depression hole but do not worry as I have so much help around me to get better and I’ll be fixed soon. they’ll call when im better and ready for pickup and u can swing by and grab me ok? thank u and love you!
— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) November 25, 2020
Then a week after the election, Teigen shared how her family, including daughter Luna, was working through their grief, “Our house is very open about life, death, grief, everything really. We try to explain things well and answer every question imaginable in a beautiful, spiritual but literal way. I know this is a weird post but I just wanted to share these to always remember my incredibly empathetic little mini,” she shared.
However, some of Teigen’s fans didn’t believe she was actually depressed following her recent message on Twitter with one saying:
Depression is not “fixed”There is no magic pill or magical psychologist/psychiatrist . We don’t chose when to get depressed and when to get out of it. Sounds to me like you are clueless about depression.
— Edna duskin (@Goofy1877) November 26, 2020
Ah yes.. another publicity stunt
— Eric Lago (@Insomniac2484) November 25, 2020
I believe that anyone suffering from depression and grief would take exception to the term “fixed”. Seems a bit condescending
— Shaun (@shcro1) November 25, 2020