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Chrissy Teigen has revealed her plans to pay tribute to her late son, baby Jack, by planting a tree at the home she shares with John Legend and her two children.
Chrissy, 35, and John, 42, sadly lost their son Jack after complications during pregnancy. Ever since, Chrissy has been praised by fans for candidly sharing her heartbreaking miscarriage journey.
Gracing the cover of PEOPLE's The Beautiful Issue, Chrissy said: "We have this new home that we're building and this tree being planted inside the home, which is very relatable, yes, everyone has an indoor tree.
"The whole reason that I wanted it was so Jack's ashes could be in that soil and he could be with us all the time and grow through the beautiful leaves on this tree and always be a part of us.
"He wasn't just a moment in time. He was real and he was real to us and we loved him."
Chrissy - who described the last year as "a roller coaster" - also spoke about the possibility of having more children, adding: "I can't imagine a life without (my children) - I just cannot... And I can't imagine a life without more, honestly, so we'll see!"
Chrissy - who is also mum to Luna, four and Miles, two - recently spoke out about her pregnancy loss in an interview, telling Ellen DeGeneres it was a "transformative experience" that "really saved" her.
"It was a really transformative thing for me and in a way it really saved me, because I don't think that I would've discovered therapy and then sobriety and this path of feeling good about myself and feeling like a new person," she said.
At the time, Chrissy posted a series of heartbreaking images from the hospital, after she and John first lost Jack.
Speaking about the pictures months on, she added: "Looking at those pictures now, it seems like so long ago. And also, of course, everything was such a blur.
"Even thinking back to it now, I am still in therapy about it and I'm still coming to terms with it."
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