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John Legend helps his four-year-old son, Miles, get ready for a tee-ball game in Los Angeles.

John Legend was the picture of a hands-on dad as he attended his four-year-old son Miles’ tee-ball game on Saturday.

The 43-year-old singer-songwriter was seen helping Miles get ready for his game at a Los Angeles park.

The 12-time Grammy Award winner kept it casual in a white, navy and red Gucci hoodie.

Proud dad: John Legend, 43, was the picture of a hands-on dad as he attended his four-year-old son Miles' tee-ball game on Saturday.

Proud dad: John Legend, 43, was the picture of a hands-on dad as he attended his four-year-old son Miles’ tee-ball game on Saturday.

The Conversations In The Dark hitmaker paired his hoodie with navy blue jeans and white sneakers.

John was seen smiling as he got down on one knee to help Miles out of his white jacket before the match.

The little boy looked adorable in his maroon and white uniform that he wore with a red baseball cap and black heels.

Lending a hand: John was seen smiling as he got down on one knee to help Miles out of his white jacket before the game

Lending a hand: John was seen smiling as he got down on one knee to help Miles out of his white jacket before the game

The All Of Me singer shares Miles and his six-year-old daughter Luna with his wife Chrissy Teigen, 36.

Last week, the couple were seen on the sidelines cheering on their son at his tee-ball practice.

In a recent interview with The Guardian, John delved into the deep pain he and Chrissy felt after losing their son Jack.

Family: The All of Me singer shares Miles and his six-year-old daughter Luna with his wife Chrissy Teigen, 36

Family: The All of Me singer shares Miles and his six-year-old daughter Luna with his wife Chrissy Teigen, 36

Hw admitted that the couple were ‘tested’ by the family tragedy, although they were strengthened by the incredible ‘outpouring of love’ they received from their friends and fans.

John and Chrissy were looking forward to the birth of their third child, whom they had already named Jack, before he suffered a stillbirth in September 2020.

Instead of withdrawing from the public after her loss, Chrissy chose to share her sorrows on social media in a post featuring heartbreaking photos of her and John cradling little Jack.

Devastating: John said he and Chrissy were 'tested' after the loss of their son Jack in September 2020, according to The Guardian

Devastating: John said he and Chrissy were ‘tested’ after the loss of their son Jack in September 2020, according to The Guardian

“We are in shock and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we have never felt before,” he wrote at the time.

“It was a tragedy,” John said of the loss. “But I think it strengthened our resolve and our resilience because we were there for each other. We came out even more sure of who we were as a couple and as a family.’

According to him, the couple felt the need to talk about the pregnancy loss after they had already shared their entire journey.

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Staying strong: “It was a tragedy,” John said of the loss. “But I think it strengthened our resolve and our resilience because we were there for each other. We came out even more sure of who we were as a couple and as a family’

Until the end: John said that Chrissy felt the need to share the end of her pregnancy as she had documented her entire journey, but they were

All the way: John said Chrissy felt the need to share the end of her pregnancy as she had documented her entire journey, but they were “surprised by the outpouring of love and support” they received in response; seen on April 26 in New York

“It was raw, sharing our experience,” John continued. “I was worried but our instinct was to do it because people knew we were pregnant and Chrissy felt like she needed to tell the full story about what happened.”

Although it was difficult to share such a painful experience, he and Chrissy were “amazed by the outpouring of love and support” they received in response, particularly from people who had been in similar situations.

“We found out how many other families have been through this,” he added. “It was a powerful and brave thing for Chrissy to do to share that because she made a lot of people feel like they were seen and that they weren’t alone.”

Legend opened up about the pregnancy loss in the run-up to the release of her eighth studio album, which is expected to drop later this year, though a title has yet to be announced.

While it’s expected to have a lot of the funniest material he’s known for, as evidenced by the teaser single Dope, the emotions of his loss inform some of the songs as well.

‘There’s music that’s about pain and what it feels like to cry, and trying to pick up the pieces after you’ve lost something. When you lose a pregnancy and you have to go through that grief together, it can be really hard on a family,” she explained. “Hopefully creating music from that can be healing for me and other people as well.”

Trying again: They revealed in February that they were trying for another child, and Chrissy told ET in March that she had completed a round of IVF treatments

Trying again: They revealed in February that they were trying for another child, and Chrissy told ET in March that she had completed a round of IVF treatments

Despite their difficult experience, John and Chrissy still hope to expand their family.

She said entertainment tonight in March he had recently completed IVF.

“I finished my part of IVF, so I feel a lot healthier and a lot better with it,” she said.

The Chrissy’s Court star previously shared in February of this year that the two were trying to have another child.

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