She and John Legend captured their utter agony in a series of heartbreaking images showing them sobbing while cradling their little baby, who they named Jack.
While the couple were spotted outside yesterday for the first time since their tragedy, Chrissy had stayed away from social media since the initial announcement to take time to heal.
But she returned to Instagram last night to let fans know about her well-being.
“We are calm but we are fine. I love you all so much, ”she wrote.
Earlier today, she joined John and an assistant shopping at Los Angeles’ upscale Melrose Place, having already stocked up on Halloween treats for their other children, Luna and Miles.
The downcast pair carried shopping bags as they walked down the street bathed in the warm autumn sun.
Chrissy without makeup wore a mask covering most of her face and kept her eyes focused on the middle distance as she went shopping.
She wore a beige patterned shirt dress paired with matching soft heeled boots, accessorized with a fringed crossbody bag for the casual outing.
Husband John opted for a tie-dye t-shirt emblazoned with the words ‘Bigger Love’, a pair of ripped jeans and white high-top sneakers for the afternoon.
The couple stopped for a pick-me-up in the form of iced coffee, which they sipped from straws while soaking up the sun.
It came after John dedicated his performance to the Bullboard Music Awards on Wednesday night, telling audiences “It’s for Chrissy” before playing his heartbreaking song Never Break.
Then he posted an emotional tribute to his wife on Twitter, telling her that they would always stay together no matter what life throws at them.
“It’s for Chrissy. I love you and I cherish you and our family so much. We’ve had the highs and lows together. Seeing you carrying our children has been so moving and humiliating, ”he told her on the social media platform.
“I am in awe of the strength you have shown through your most difficult times. What a great gift to be able to bring life to the world. We have experienced the miracle, the power and the joy of this gift, and now we have deeply felt its inherent fragility.
“I wrote this song because I have faith that as long as we walk this earth, we will hold hands through every tear, through every rise and fall, through every test,” he continued. .
“We made this promise to each other on our wedding day seven years ago, and every challenge we faced has made that promise more powerful, more resilient. Our love will remain. We will never break. ”