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6, Chirssy Teigen wrote an article on how to treat postpartum depression after giving birth to her daughter Luna. In a new interview, Teigen theorized that this time the pain of PPD was saved by eating placenta.


Chrissy Teigen’s third pregnancy is not as “simple” as the first two.

The cookbook author, 34, revealed on Tuesday in her Instagram story that she had been put in a “serious bed” after failing to properly follow doctors’ orders.

Teigen, who is pregnant with her third child with musician John Legend, first went to bed last week. But the model admitted that she misinterpreted what “bed rest” really means.

Now, “I have problems,” he said Tuesday.

“I didn’t really know the bed rest was in bed. I honestly thought the bed rest was that you really need to relax, stay home,” a teigen bed said on Tuesday. “I thought it might be the couch break.”

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Despite her “difficult pregnancy,” Teigen said she “feels good” and “tries to be as healthy as possible.”

“I’ll say I’m probably punished for talking so much about how great the first two went. I was like, ‘Oh yeah, the pregnancy is amazing!’ But now I understand, “he said.” I have anyone who thinks he’s not that awesome, but he’s very happy to carry this baby. “

With all the extra time on his hands, Teigen headed to his Twitter account to share an update from his first full day in bed.

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“I’ve been in bed for the last 24 hours in less than 5 minutes,” he tweeted Wednesday. “Here until next Tuesday. Sir, it’s a little more shit than it looks. In punishment for saying the first two pregnancies were easy to sad.”

The new addition will join brothers Luna, 4, and Miles, 2.

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