John Legend helps his wife Chrissy Teigen to 'shave her legs' during pregnancy

John Legend helps his wife Chrissy Teigen to 'shave her legs' during pregnancy

John Legend is helping Chrissy Teigen to "shave her legs".

The 'Sports Illustrated' model - who is expecting her first child with the 'All Of Me' hitmaker - has revealed her husband is helping her complete some of everyday tasks whilst she is sporting a bump.

She told PEOPLE magazine: "He ties my shoes for me - it’s hard to bend over.

"We are almost at the point where he will have to shave my legs for me."

Meanwhile, as Chrissy gears up to give birth, she has been getting tips from her close pal Kim Kardashian West.

She said: "She told me to go stretchy. I always wanted to be the person who showed off the bump because it looks beautiful and I think you should embrace it.

"Kim does that well and I love seeing that belly of hers and I know Kanye does too - we're lucky to be with men who find pregnancy sexy. Thank God!"

However, Chrissy won't be putting as much thought into their little girl's future nursery as it's just somewhere where they "barf and poop".

She revealed: "Nurseries have always been silly to me because everyone always wants them to be so beautiful and so perfect, but this thing is just going to barf everywhere and poop everywhere."

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