Chrissy Teigen Responds to Speculation That She's Expecting Twins or Even Triplets: "Get Out of My Uterus"

Supermodel explains her IVF process to fans on social media after showing off baby bump

By Mike Vulpo Oct 18, 2015 9:00 PMTags
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When the baby bump comes out, people start talking!

Chrissy Teigen started her Sunday morning by sharing a selfie that featured her growing belly in clear view.

While the supermodel acknowledged her baby bump was "early to the party," the FABLife co-host may not have expected so many comments from her followers.

In a matter of minutes, fans began commenting on the picture and accusing John Legend's wife of expecting more than one child.

"Uh @ChrissyTeigen from the looks of that bump, I think u might be expecting twins!! Isn't it kinda early to be already shown like that?" one follower tweeted. Another added, "@ChrissyTeigen you got big fast! My bestie is due in Feb and she's ½ your size. Not twins? Probably triplets."


Well ladies and gentlemen, you can stop speculating right now because Teigen is here to set the record straight.

"I did IVF. One at a time. It isn't twins. I can see the damn thing," she explained on Twitter. "Get out of my uterus!"

She continued, "Please stop. I put one embryo in. I have ultrasounds every few days. I didn't announce [my pregnancy] at a week." A source recently confirmed to E! News that Teigen is in fact three months along. 

In recent interviews, Teigen and Legend have been vocal about their desire to start a family. In fact, the couple admitted to seeing fertility doctors in hopes of expanding their brood.

Despite the strong comments from some followers, the pair is more than excited to continue their journey to parenthood. And for better or worse, the 29-year-old was reminded that people are going to talk no matter what you post.

"No more preg tweeting for me, lesson learned!!" she wrote. "Back to food and reality TV and hay things."

She added, "It's my own karma! I love bumps so I loved saying how round/big/beautiful they are on others. Don't worry, friends."