The Voice star’s son is recovering from an accident


‘Voice’ trainer John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen had to take their son for his first stitches.

Voice coach John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen had to take their young son Miles to the doctor for stitches after his “first official accident.” Thankfully, it wasn’t something more serious like a broken arm that the first accident ‘predicted’ for the 4-year-old.

Here’s what you need to know:

Chrissy Teigen shared a photo of Miles with a bandage on his head

On her Nov. 9 Instagram Stories, the Sports Illustrated model shared a photo of her young son with a small bandage on his forehead and wrote: “Well I always predicted a broken arm first but when Miles first became an official Stitches pulled accident.”

Luckily, the stitches didn’t “creep in” until Teigen had sMade some new photos of Miles and her daughter Luna, which she posted just two days before the accident.

Teigen didn’t mention what happened to Miles, but we’re wondering if it had anything to do with playing The Floor is Lava game.

On November 8, Teigen tweeted about her day at home with Miles. There was one “big meltdown” because of a game of UNOand when the tears stopped They went on to “Floor is Lava”.

Anyway, Miles seemed to bounce back immediately because he later had to go to the set of The Voice with his big sister to hang out with his dad during a taping.

“My biggest fans (until they’re too cool to think I’m cool) came to @nbcthevoice! You’re definitely voting for #TeamLegend,” wrote Legend on Instagramshare another post when they came to the set before the pandemic and were quite a bit younger. Fans have been amazed at how quickly they grow up.

“They were so tiny. Then you could probably wear both.” wrote a fan. Other added“Hahahaha, how are they growing up so fast?!”

A third fan wrote“Wow, how they’ve grown” and a fourth added“You were so small and now so grown up.”

On the newer post, a fan wrote, “You have the most amazingly beautiful children ever! (Except mine of course!!!) I can’t wait for #3 to show up! I love you guys!”

Legend & Teigen are expecting baby #4 in early 2023

Early August 2022, Teigen and Legend announced on Instagram that she is expecting her fourth child and will most likely be born in January or February 2023 due to her growing baby bump.

It will be their fourth child overall – daughter Luna is 6 and Miles is 4, then their son Jack died prematurely in 2020 from a partial placental abruption.

At that time, They shared some photos of themselves in the hospital with Jackhold him and cry.

“We are in shock and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before. We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite bagless blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough,” Teigen wrote on Instagram, adding, “To our Jack – I’m so sorry that the first few moments of your life were fraught with so many complications that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to to survive. We will always love you.”

After announcing their fourth child on the way, Legend opened up the BBC podcast “Desert Island Discs” about the loss of Jack and her decision to post the photos from the hospital on social media.

Legend told the podcast:

It was difficult and I hesitated to share it [the photos], but I think Chrissy was really right in encouraging us to share it because I think it was really powerful for a lot of people. Far more people go through this than anyone realizes and I think they often feel alone – they told us they often felt alone. And sharing our experiences has helped people to feel less alone and to feel that there are other people going through it and that there is a community of people going through it. I think it was a really strong, wise decision by Chrissy to share because it has helped a lot of people.

Commenting on Teigen’s announcement of baby #4, she wrote that the past few years since losing Jack have been “a blurring of emotions” but that “joy has been fulfilled [their] home and hearts again.”

“We have another one on the way. At every appointment I’ve said to myself, “Okay, if it’s healthy today, I’ll announce it,” but then I breathe a sigh of relief when I hear a heartbeat and decide I’m still too nervous. I don’t think I’ll ever walk out of an appointment more excited than nervous but so far everything is perfect and beautiful and I feel hopeful and great. ok phew it was very hard to keep that down for so long!” wrote the model.

“The Voice” currently airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Eastern and Pacific Time on NBC. It will return to its 23rd season in Spring 2023. The Voice star’s son is recovering from an accident

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