Chrissy Teigen addresses social media users after she shared that she had previously had a life-saving abortion.
The model recently discussed her pregnancy loss in 2020, explaining that she had medical help after learning from her son Jack would not survive the pregnancy. Chrissy said at a September 15 summit, “It became very clear halfway through that he wouldn’t survive, and neither would I without medical intervention.”
“Let’s just call it what it was: it was an abortion,” she continued. “An abortion to save my life for a baby who had absolutely no chance. And to be honest I never put that together until a few months ago.’
Following the news, Chrissy took to Twitter to address the public reaction to sharing her story.
“I knew this was going to happen, and honestly I’ve seen you do your worst, so if this makes you feel better, great,” she said. wrote. “It doesn’t make me feel any worse, though.”
The Cravings founder shared screenshots of the “cruel” comments section of what she said was Glamour’s Instagram post about her abortion.
“She’s such a drama queen,” one person wrote, while another added, “Why do we need to know this? Seriously.”
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Another comment read, “Well, we’ve already given you a Pity Party, so what to do with this information?”
Others defended her, with one user saying, “This comment section is so toxic. Wow.”
The cookbook author, who shares daughter Luna6, and son miles4, with John Legendis currently pregnant with another child.
The couple, who was open about their fertility issues, announced that they had experienced pregnancy loss in 2020.
“We’ve never been able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed despite bags and bags of blood transfusions. It just wasn’t enough,” Chrissy wrote on Instagram at the time. “To our Jack—I’m so sorry that the first moments of your life were so complicated that we couldn’t give you the home you needed to survive. We will always love you.’
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