Chrissy Teigen reveals she has to ‘bandage’ her wound after giving birth to second daughter Esti Maxine
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA: Chrissy Teigen reflected on her postpartum life after welcoming her second daughter Esti Maxine with her husband John Legend in a new Instagram post. Days after giving birth to her daughter, the 'Cravings All Together' author, 37, announced on Monday, November 23 that she had to "bandage together" her wound and uploaded a picture in her Instagram Story showing a stain on her blouse. Teigen made her pregnancy public in the first photo of baby Esti that she shared earlier this month.
“Omw to bandage together both my wound and 3.8-second clips of Beyonce performing in Dubai until I get a full HBO special,” the 37-year-old mom wrote via Instagram. She posed for the photo in a black mid-length dress, which had spots where she lactated as well as in the middle of her outfit. "My baby: wah," Teigen wrote in the comments. "Me: learning to edit." The cookbook author still managed to look fabulous in a gray fedora, an oversized orange knit cardigan, and a pair of tan suede stiletto boots. The model also shared a photo of the outfit via her Instagram Story.
When Teigen shared the first picture of Esti last week with the infant's elder sister Luna Simone, 6, and older brother Miles Theodore, 4, she said that she had to wear diapers after undergoing a C-section.
“She’s here! Esti Maxine Stephens — the house is bustling and our family could not be happier 💕,” the star of 'Chrissy's Court' wrote next to a picture of the newborn girl and her siblings. “Daddy sheds nightly tears of joy seeing Luna and Miles so full of love, and I am learning you still need diapers with a c section!? We are in bliss. Thank you for all the love and well wishes – we feel it all!”
In a private concert earlier this month, Legend announced the birth of their second daughter, saying they welcomed "the little baby this morning." "What a blessed day," he shared, adding that he didn't get a lot of sleep but he "feels energized" after spending a lot of time at the hospital.