Chrissy Teigen pays tribute to her nannies who make her 'the best mum she can possibly be'
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Chrissy Teigen has paid tribute to the army of nannies who help make her the ‘best mum she can possible be’, having shared a sweet Instagram post about them on Mother’s Day.
Teigen, 37, is mum to seven-year-old Luna, four-year-old Miles and baby Esti, three months. She was also previously pregnant with son Jack, who sadly died in a ‘life-saving abortion’ before being born.
The model, TV star and businesswoman has her finger in various pies, including her Cravings by Chrissy Teigen cooking and lifestyle brand.
Naturally, juggling several ventures with motherhood is never easy – as many people will know – meaning Teigen often depends on nannies to help with childcare, something she has always been upfront about with fans.
When Mother’s Day rolled around in the States on Sunday 14 May, Teigen said she was ‘endlessly thankful’ for the people who step in to assist.
Posting a carousel of photos of the women who help her and husband John Legend, she wrote: “Grateful for all the people who make it possible for me to be the best mother I can possibly be.
“I am endlessly thankful for your presence in this home and all our lives. We love you.”
She has previously pointed out that the four nannies they employ do not work for them 24/7 or on a full-time basis, explaining back in 2019 how they will ‘rotate’.
When a fan asked her how she hires nannies, and whether or not there were ‘multiples’ helping behind the scenes, Teigen replied: “We have 4 incredible people, not all at once. One will rotate and stay through the night.”
Commenting on Teigen’s latest post, many people praised her for her ‘beautiful acknowledgement’.
One wrote: “This is such an awesome post. Thanks for recognizing all the people who support your mothering!”
Someone else said: “Thank you for showing your helpers. So kind and respectful of you . Some people act like they do everything themselves which makes people like me feel like I should do more . That is a great post!”
A third commented: “As a career nanny, this is Amazing to have seen. kudos for shouting out the village.”
A fourth added: “As someone working as a part-time nanny I appreciate this post so much. Is inevitable to become part of the family you work and feel their triumphs like yours. Some people (specially celebrities) don't recognise the importance of their help for the wellbeing of their family.”