Chrissy Teigen puts on a leggy display in tight black sportswear as she watches her children during their soccer practice
She’s long been known for her effortless sense of style.
And Chrissy Teigen cut a laid-back figure as she watched on during her children’s soccer practice on Tuesday.
The media personality, 37, put on a leggy display in tight black sportswear as she relaxed on the grass while her children played.
Chrissy donned a pair of tight black cycling shorts and an oversized cardigan for the outing in the LA sunshine.
She teamed the look with black sliders and a matching cross-body bag as she embraced the opportunity to sit down while her children played.
It comes after Chrissy reflected on the close relationship she has with her son Wren’s surrogate Alexandra during their pregnancies.
The mother-of-four was pregnant with daughter Esti, seven months, at the same time her surrogate was carrying her son.
‘We talk all the time, constantly on a nice little text exchange. She sees all my Instagram Stories and I try to send her little pictures behind the scenes,’ the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model said.
She added: ‘I told her at the beginning of this journey, I wanted someone who would be there for birthday parties and throughout life.
‘I wanted to meet her children and I wanted my children to be friends with her children. And they really genuinely are which has been a really beautiful thing to see,’ she gushed.
‘It’s been a fantastic atmosphere. She knew early on, going into this, that I kind of wanted something that’s maybe a little different from what other parents do.
‘I understand the reason they do it, too. Everyone has their reasons for liking or doing things the way they do,’ Chrissy said.
And she takes that same approach with her nannies, security detail and even her own mother.
The former Lip Sync Battle host did her research before going the surrogate route talking to families that had been through the process and said she’s ‘just really happy it turned out the way it turned out.
‘It felt very much like a village. It felt very much like the way people in my mother’s family raised their children when they were literally living in the villages of Thailand,’ Chrissy explained.
‘It just feels like such good camaraderie around each other and warmth and love. I was never one of those people who believe in hoarding all of this love for myself.
‘I don’t get jealous when my children love on somebody else or hug them. To me, more love is more love and that’s what I’ve always wanted and it’s been really working out for us. We’re so lucky,’ she said.
Chrissy and her husband John Legend have four children, daughter Luna, seven, son Miles, five, Esti and Wren.