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Chrissy Teigen: Wedding invites are tricky

Published 17/02/2013

WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - SEPTEMBER 22: Model Chrissy Tiegan (L) and recording artist John Legend attend Showtime's 2012
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - SEPTEMBER 22: Model Chrissy Tiegan (L) and recording artist John Legend attend Showtime's 2012 "Emmy Eve" Soiree at the Sunset Tower Hotel on September 22, 2012 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

John Legend’s fiancé model Chrissy Teigen has spoken about the difficulty she is facing in figuring out just who to invite to their upcoming wedding.

Successful singer-songwriter John Legend proposed to model Chrissy during a romantic holiday in the Maldives in December 2011.

Chrissy confesses that determining who to reserve seats for at the couple’s nuptial ceremony is a larger challenge than she had ever imagined.

“You either have to go very small or very big,” she explained to Us Weekly magazine. “If there's 50 people, everybody else is going to be like, 'I get it. They only invited 50 people.' But if it's 200 and someone doesn't get invited, then you're f**ked!"

Although it was rumoured that the pair set a date for early this year to walk down the aisle, Chrissy confirms that this is inaccurate.

John’s new album will be released in June and Chrissy wants to wed after he promotes his music.

"I'm going to let him get through all of that and then we'll decide," she said.

Chrissy appreciates the people who are helping with wedding details and acknowledges that staff has been more than patient with delays.

"Our wedding planner is fantastic, though. . . She does the most beautiful weddings. And this poor woman has been trying to e-mail us for months. She's like, 'I just need a guest list!' And we're like, 'Sorry!' " she laughed.

Chrissy and John became engaged after being in a relationship for four years.

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