The model and cookbook author shares her kids Wren, Esti, Miles and Luna with husband John Legend
Chrissy Teigen is missing her family back home.
The model and cookbook author — who has been traveling the past week — shared a few photos to her Instagram on Thursday as she lamented about how much she missed her four kids. Teigen shares her sons Wren and Miles, as well as daughters Esti and Luna, with husband John Legend, 45.
In the carousel of photos, Teigen shared an adorable picture of Esti with a big smile as she swings in a baby swing. She also included a snap of Wren having fun while he eats, as well as a photo of Miles and Luna in ski clothes from their recent time in Utah.
"Loves of my life, I'll see you tomorrow!!" she captioned the post.
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Earlier this month, the Chrissy & Dave Dine Out star enjoyed time with her family in Utah. While attending the Sundance Film Festival for work, Legend took their older two kids Miles and Luna to try some snow sports.
"My kids came with us, the two older ones. They took their first ski lessons while I was working and they just flourished. They had the best time ever," Teigen said during her appearance on Live! With Kelly and Mark.
"John was like House Daddy making burgers. He didn’t have to do anything, so he just had the best time with them," she shared.
When guest host Mark Consuelos asked if they were "going to become a ski family," Teigen immediately objected.
"No, absolutely not. No," she laughed, adding. "It’s a lot of gear. I come home now, and I take off a regular pair of boots; I’m winded."
In August, Teigen opened up to PEOPLE about being a mom of four, saying, "For me, the hardest part is making sure the older ones feel loved and taken care of and just as special as the babies.”
She continued, "There's a lot of diaper changing and feeding and it seems like you're coddling these two little babies and they're not getting enough. I think any parent of multiple kids can understand that you want to make sure they still feel loved."
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