Maybe it’s the darker hair/complexion…but Chrissy Teigen seems to look younger than ever.
And, sportier. In her interview with Self magazine, she never talk about her love for motorbikes or anything, yet here’s her spread. Not that I mind it, it’s a cool shoot. But still, most of her interview is about babies and food, not like, motorcross or mountains. Here are the highlights of the interview:
On In-Vitro fertilization:You don’t want to get your hopes up, but of course, you do,” Teigen says. At the peak of the process, when she was bruised all over her stomach and above her normal weight, the paparazzi snapped photos of her on the beach during a shoot for a magazine. “I looked horrible, totally not myself,” she says. “Then to not be able to say what it was, it sucked.”
On her cookbook:“I always thought the name of my first book would be The Insecure Chef, because when I started cooking I was so nervous,” she says, recalling how she would make food and nearly throw it in the garbage before Legend would rescue it, taste it and say, “Why would you throw this away? It’s delicious!” Still, she anticipated the digs others might make. “It always bothered me when someone would interview a model and say, ‘What do you do to stay in shape?’ and she would say, ‘I love to eat pizza; I love to indulge,’ ” Teigen says, rolling her eyes. “I’ve always been the first one to say, ‘Bulls—! No you don’t.’ So I’ve been hyperaware of that, and I waited years to write a cookbook because I wanted people to know I really do love food.”
On differing parenting styles between her and husband John Legend:“I like to ask him little questions, like, ‘What would you do if our kid is 16 or 17, and we’re at dinner celebrating and having wine. Would you let her have some wine?’ And he’s like, ‘Yeah.’ And I’m like, ‘I don’t know if I would!’ I am the crazier one in the relationship, and he’s more relaxed, for sure.”
On how many kids she wants: “Four is good, I think. And then, maybe a dog after.” Like everything else in her life, she approaches growing her family with a sense of humor. “I hope that when we do have those four kids, John and I can look at each other and know that it’s us against them,” she says, pulling a cozy throw pillow up to her chin. “We are going to love the s— out of our kids, but we are going to team up and fight in pairs!”
Damn, girl! Get that gorgeous family.
Read the whole interview HERE. Notice no mention of motorcycles…