Chrissy Teigen and John Legend‘s four kids are falling into the sibling rhythm pretty easily, the couple says.

Talking with ET from the City Harvest 2024 Gala honoring the 45-year-old “All of Me” crooner, the pair gave an update on how their two older kids, Luna, 7, and Miles, 5, are adjusting to welcoming not one but two babies within a matter of months. 

In January 2023, the couple announced the birth of their second daughter, Esti Maxine, after previously disclosing their heartbreaking pregnancy loss in September 2020. In June, just months after they welcomed Esti, John and Chrissy, 38, shared that thanks to a surrogate, their family had grown by one more with the birth of Wren Alexander.

So, how are the four siblings getting along these days? The proud mom and dad tell ET their offspring may bicker here and there but at the end of the day, they are thick as thieves. 

“Sometimes,” John said on whether or not Luna, Miles, Esti and Wren are getting along well nearly a year after the fourth child was born. 

“They really are,” added the Cravings author. “Luna and Miles are very competitive with each other but they love the babies. They’re very into the babies.”

She added, “Miles has teamed up with Wren and Luna has teamed up with Esti and now it’s all against us.”

It’s surely been a hectic transition period for the family of six, who recently ended up stranded at the Dubai airport on the way back from Thailand. The group was visiting Chrissy’s mom, Vilailuck “Pepper” Teigen, after she previously moved out of their California home in January. 

Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and their four children during a recent trip to Thailand. – Instagram

Luckily, in spite of the travel woes, Chrissy and John were able to make it back to New York in time for the City Harvest event honoring The Voice coach for his contributions to the charity, whose mission is to address food insecurity in the nation’s largest city. The event, hosted by Taye Diggs, is held annually and was co-chaired by Chrissy — a previous honoree. 

While chatting with ET before heading into the event, they shared why they work so closely with the foundation that is responsible for providing meals to those in need and what it means to be honored.

“I got it six years earlier but…” Chrissy said as John went on to talk about the accomplishment. “It’s fine.”

“She got it six years ago so I’m just trying to catch up with my wife,” he joked. “We’ve been supporting City Harvest for a long time. We love this organization, we love what they do, we loved raising money for them over the years and we just know that it’s going to help feed people in New York City and these folks need it and we’re happy to help.”

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