Chrissy Teigen is at an emotional climax after receiving a hug from Sen. Kamala Harris at a rally hosted by the Democratic vice-presidential candidate.
“Going home after Philly rally. Not taking a shower from my Kamala hug,” the model and TV host tweeted on Tuesday. “I’m not even sure if we will honestly hug each other. I was scared but didn’t take a bath either.”
“Does anyone else’s whole body hurt ??” Teigen added. “I am very worried.”
The cookbook author and mother of two, 34, attended a driving rally in Philadelphia on Monday with her husband and “The Voice”; coach John Legend, 41, and their children. Luna, 4 years old and Miles, 2 years old.
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This was Teigen’s first public appearance since she and Legend announced that they suffered a pregnancy incident last month.
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Shortly after the announcement was announced, Legend performed at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards and where he dedicated his “Never Break” live performance to his wife who is continuing to recover from a grief.
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Legend also performed Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes’s “Wake Up Everybody” at the Harris event and brought his family on stage.
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“I want to thank you – can you actually go on stage?” Legend asked about Teigen. “I want you to see, my wife is here. My daughter, Luna is here. My son Miles is here.”
Legend told Harris supporters that he and Teigen had “taught our young people to participate in their democracy early.”