The singer posted a video of himself on Instagram Thursday night, performing a song he dedicated to Teigen, and thanked fans for their good wishes and prayers.
“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 humbling. I am impressed by your strength. ‘ve shown through the toughest times, ”Legend wrote in the post.
“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 am convinced that as long as we walk this earth, we will hold hands through every tear, through every rise and fall, through every test,” he added. “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 up.
The couple announced the death of their son, Jack, on their social media on October 1, after Teigen was admitted to hospital after being bedridden and bleeding for “just under a month.”
“We’re shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we’ve never felt before,” the statement shared on their social media.
“We were never able to stop the bleeding and give our baby the fluids he needed, despite the bags and bags of blood transfusions,” the post said. “It just wasn’t enough. ”
The couple were praised for being open about their grief and pregnancy struggles.
They have two children, Luna and Miles, who were conceived by FIV. They said Jack was conceived naturally – something Teigen said she didn’t think was possible for her.
With the first two pregnancies, the release said, the couple waited to name the baby until after the birth, but this time they had already started calling “the little guy in my womb” Jack.
“He will always be Jack for us,” the statement read. “Jack has worked so hard to be a part of our little family, and he will be forever. “
CNN’s Madeline Holcombe and Joe Sutton contributed to this report.