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John Legend talks family dreams

Published 26/05/2015

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

John Legend thinks he will be a good ‘girl daddy’ if he was to have daughters with Chrissy Teigen.

The 36-year-old singer wed 29-year-old model Chrissy in September 2013. And while the pair have been enjoying being a married couple, it seems the time is fast approaching for them to start their own family.

“We want a lot of kids,” Chrissy told DuJour magazine. “I would love to have three or four of my own, and then adopt a few. So basically I'll be pregnant the rest of my life."

All Of Me singer John appears alongside his stunning wife in a picturesque shoot for the publication.

Opening up about his desire to have children, John admitted he has already been told by his spouse which sex he would be better at raising.

“Chrissy thinks I'm not athletic enough to have a boy,” he said. “I'm a musician, I'm good with women, and I'm a feminist, so I think I'll be a good 'girl daddy.'"

John and Chrissy became man and wife at a stunning ceremony on Lake Como in Italy.

However, Chrissy told the magazine that just days before their big day, she found out she had to organise a marriage license to make the union official.

In a panic, she and John managed to squeeze in a visit to City Hall in New York to get the correct paperwork.

“I didn't know that we would have to do the traditional vows,” she said. “I was ready to just sign a piece of paper. But when it actually happened and I was up there, I started crying, of course!"

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