John Legend and Chrissy Teigen’s family make the most of quarantine.
The crooner and cookbook writer hugged their daughter Luna, nearly four, and son Miles, one and a half.
While the smiley photo looked like the image of domestic bliss, Chrissy jokingly signed the family portrait, “Disfunction junction.”
Family portrait: John Legend and Chrissy Teigen shared a happy family photo of their brood during quarantine on Tuesday
John shared the same photo with his feed, but captioned: “Council meeting.”
In the photo, Chrissy was still chic while she was at home, donning a beautiful silk dressing gown. Miles and Luna looked cute on each side.
All Of Me singer Legend was simple, wearing a black T-shirt and a bushy beard to work from home.
Chrissy is engaged in quarantine and has even managed to make new friends while continuing to practice her social detachment.
After announcing via Twitter last week that she urgently needed some romaine lettuce, the author of Cravings was able to swap part of her price for banana bread for the products.
Tasty trade: Chrissy and John made unexpected friends when they met to swap banana bread for romaine lettuce with YouTuber Chris Klemens
YouTuber Chris Klemens was completely filled with greens, so the two documented their trade while being socially distant.
Chrissy’s recipe dilemma started earlier this month, when she tweeted to her 12.5 million followers that she was willing to take extreme measures for some romaine lettuce.
“I make banana bread for anyone who has romaine lettuce. The trade will be spaced 6 feet apart and we will place the goods on the ground. no strange things, ”she tweeted.
Chris Klemens came to the rescue with a photo of himself holding a bag of romaine hearts in his hand.
Safety First: Chrissy offered the sweet treat in exchange for the vegetables, although she insisted the practice take a safe social distance
Must be sure: After Chris shared a photo of his lettuce, she wanted more proof that it was fresh. “I don’t have a damn newspaper! I’m a millennial, ”he quipped
Sold! She could only give half of her banana bread, so she softened the deal with pie and wine
After the Lip Sync Battle co-host wanted some proof that the lettuce was still good, he posted a second video with a close-up of his watch to show the date.
“I don’t have a damn newspaper! I’m a millennial, ”he quipped.
The deal nearly sunk after Chrissy realized she only had enough supplies for one banana bread.
“Please … my family. Pity us, ”he wrote.
She and Chris came up with a compromise for just half a loaf of banana bread, and they agreed to meet in a parking lot near the church in Studio City.
Chrissy filmed an update in the car on her way to the meeting point.
Go time: ‘The deal will go down soon. Banana bread, two pieces of cake, a bottle of wine, all for a greedy … “she said, the video paused as she drove into the church parking lot
Driving: To keep a distance, Chrissy and her husband John Legend brought one of their children’s little cars
“The deal will close soon. Banana bread, two pieces of cake, a bottle of wine, all for a greedy … “she said, closing the video.
To keep their distance, Chrissy and her husband John Legend brought one of their children’s small toy cars, which they load with the things.
Chris had brought his own safety equipment: a tape measure so they could stay at least six feet away from them at all times.
John stepped in to nudge the small vehicle before Chris and his friend Andrew Lowe sent it back with the lettuce thoughtfully wrapped in ice.
Minimum two meters: Chris brought his own safety equipment: a tape measure so they can stay at least two meters away from him at all times
After the groups exchanged their food, Chrissy posted a long-distance selfie of Chris.
“It was so hard not to hug both of you,” she wrote with a tired emoji.
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model also retweeted Chris’s daily statement.
Needless to say, Thursday’s video will be as chaotic as felt today. I’m really grateful and feel like an even bigger idiot, my life is so great at this terrible time for everyone, ”he wrote, before urging his fans to donate to FoodCorps.