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Teigen: I trust John… but you never know

Published 10/09/2015

Chrissy Teigen
Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen has vowed not to get a “hot nanny” when she has children, just in case husband John Legend gets too tempted.

The 29-year-old model and her 36-year-old singer spouse are reportedly trying for a baby.

And while Chrissy is not yet pregnant, she has already set some rules in place for when she and John start their family.

“No hot nannies, drivers or maids,” Chrissy told Page Six at Lauren Conrad’s Fashion Week show on Wednesday night.

“It’s an ongoing joke in my house. I do want to have kids one day, so it’s something that I have to think about. But the rule is no hot nannies. I trust John, but you never know with these men.”

Chrissy and John have been married since 2013, and are more in love than ever.

But Chrissy admits she did break her own rule by hiring a very attractive assistant.

“It’s too late for me, though because I have a hot assistant — she is cute,” she said.

“These days, it doesn’t really matter what you look like — sometimes cabin fever just strikes and men do the do. I have to keep an eye on my assistant now, damn! Christine, you’re done!”

During the Cannes Film Festival earlier this year Chrissy laid out her baby plans. She may have made her fortune as a model, but the stunning star is more than happy to sport a pregnancy bump a few times over.

"I don't think I would stop having kids until I can no longer have them. My minimum is four, which is most people's absolute maximum," she laughed to MailOnline. "I have a three-legged dog and three other bulldogs, so I love a bit of chaos. Things are fun when they are chaotic. I tell John, 'What's three kids when you can have four? What's the difference?'

“We want a significant brood. I imagine my kids at the table in the holidays, being very full of life and laughter. I'm an all or nothing type of girl. I don't go half-a*sed. There's no grey area.”

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