John Legend is skeptical that the grief from losing his son will ever "fully go away."

John Legend is skeptical that the grief from losing his son will ever "fully go away."

The kid of the 43-year-old artist and his wife Chrissy Teigen died in 2020 at the age of 20 weeks, and John acknowledges the sorrow will follow them for the rest of their lives.

That pain won't ever entirely go gone, he added. After losing someone, you're never quite the same.

The two children of the infatuated couple have helped them to deal with their heartbreak.

Luna, 6, and Miles, 4, are John and Chrissy's children. John told the BBC: "To have two tiny ones who we could dote on, nurture, and love... They bring us so much joy.

"We basically managed to support one another through what was a very trying moment."

Chrissy, 36, just made a new pregnancy announcement. John, however, has so far contained his own excitement.

Because you are aware of what it is like to lose one, there is always a sense of cautious optimism, he said.

In the meantime, Chrissy previously disclosed that she actually lost her baby Jack to an abortion and not a miscarriage.

In order to preserve her own life, the model also acknowledged that she required a "medical intervention."

Chrissy, who wed John in 2013, remarked: "Two years ago, when I was expecting Jack, John, and my third child, I had to make a lot of difficult and heartbreaking decisions.

 The fact that he and I would not survive without medical help became abundantly evident about the midway point.

The chances of Chrissy's newborn son living were "absolutely zero," she said.

It was a miscarriage, she said. I had an abortion to save my life in order to save the unborn child.

And to be really honest, until a few months ago, I had never, ever put that together.