- Chrissy Teigen and musician John Legend visited a tattoo artist named Winter Stone who helped keep the memory of their child alive
- Winter revealed the pair got matching tattoos on their wrists
- The two had the name Jack written so they could always remember the child they did not get a chance to hold
Hollywood celebrities John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen are still mourning their late son Jack who died in September 2020.
The pair reached out to tattoo artist Winter Stone and got matching tattoos to honour their departed child.
Winter posted a photo of the design he drew on both the parents on Monday, November 2.
John and Chrissy had the name Jack written on both their wrists.
“My heart is with you, sending you all the love,” Winter captioned the photo he had posted on Instagram.
Just days before, Chrissy told her Twitter followers she had grown accustomed to being a frowny, brooding lady ever since her child left.
She said that despite her smiles and laughter, she still felt like she was frowning on the inside.
“I have gotten used to my naturally frowny mouth. It is kind of wild how much I laugh and smile and how it’s still frowny, no matter what lol,” the cookbook author wrote.
The mother of two has been updating her fans on her journey to healing ever since she and John left the hospital.
Chrissy’s husband dedicated a song to her as she pushed through the negative thoughts, self-blame and grief.
As Briefly.co.za previously reported, the two announced the death of their child on social media in the heartbreaking posts.
Chrissy looks absolutely breathtaking in this swan ballerina outfit. Get 'em gurl! What a flawlessly beautiful momma Chrissy is.
Chrissy was first admitted to hospital to control excessive bleeding but unfortunately lost her pregnancy days later.
She and John had already decided to give their baby a name before it was born.
“We, for some reason, had started to call this little guy in my belly Jack. So he will always be Jack to us,” the mother of two said.
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