John Legend was spotted arriving at JFK Airport with his family and a team of four nannies ahead of Christmas.
The 44-year-old singer was pictured carrying his 6-month-old son, Wren Alexander Stephens, as he was accompanied by his wife, Chrissy Teigen, and all of their four nannies.
Shortly before landing in New York, the supermodel shared an Instagram story in which she was seen embracing her 11-month-old daughter, Esti Maxine Stephens, while the little bundle of joy was lying down in her lap.
Sharing an update was also Chrissy’s live-in mother, Vilailuck ‘Pepper Thai’ Teigen, who posted a photo showing her enjoying a glass of chilled champagne.
The rare family sighting comes months after Chrissy took to social media to pay tribute to her nannies and thank them for their help.
“Grateful for all the people who make it possible for me to be the best mother I can possibly be. I am endlessly thankful for your presence in this home and all our lives. We love you,” the mother-of-four wrote.
She also shared a series of photos showing her nannies taking care of her children.
Chrissy’s post sparked a divisive debate with some fans taking her side and applauding her for recognizing the nannies’ work while others slammed her for being “privileged.”
“Thank you for showing your helpers. So kind and respectful of you. Some people act like they do everything themselves which makes people like me feel like I should do more,” someone said.
“I really respect this post. It takes a village. Some do it alone & do it darn well. Some have support in whatever form that is. What’s important is the journey & the outcome,” another added.
A third gushed: “As a career nanny, this is Amazing to have seen. Kudos for shouting out the village.”
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