Chrissy Teigen Gets Pregnancy Advice From Kim Kardashian

The model has taken more than just maternity style tips from the reality TV mogul. Find out what John Legend and Chrissy Teigen have learned from Kim Kardashian.

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Anyone who caught a glimpse of Chrissy Teigen at the Grammy Awards on February 15 probably noticed a few things: for one, the model was glowing. For another, she was a dead-ringer for a certain other star who is known for her bold maternity style. Chrissy wore a white figure-hugging gown with a gorgeous cape, a look that was reminiscent of one Kim Kardashian West rocked during her pregnancy.

Her sartorial resemblance to Kim was unmistakable and not entirely coincidental: Chrissy, who is expecting her first child with husband John Legend, has been vocal about the fact that she looks to Kim for mommy advice. "Kim gave me advice from the day we started," Chrissy told Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet. She added that Kim shared fertility advice, pregnancy tips and, of course, a bit of style savvy. "She's been here the entire time, the entire process," Chrissy added.

But did Kanye West put in his two cents? According to John, not so much. "He said ask Kim," John said when asked if the controversial rapper gave him any fertility advice. He did get a bit of advice from Barack Obama, though. Not too shabby, right?

"He just said, 'be prepared to [be] wrapped around their little finger as their dad,'" John said of POTUS.

John and Chrissy are set to welcome their daughter in the next few months—but we couldn't glean an exact time frame. "This summer," Chrissy answered when asked when she was expecting "another chair" at the family's table. She quickly amended her statement, though: "Earlier than that, I mean, but surely all summer she'll be eating."

"We're mentally ready, but physically, no. At least I'm not," Chrissy said of becoming a mother. "We're going to let it happen. She's going to fall right out and we'll be good."

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