It’s a difficult time for all, but John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are trying to make the most of being inside during the current health crisis in America.
Opening up to PEOPLE in this week’s cover story about kindness amid the coronavirus pandemic, the reigning Sexiest Man Alive revealed what things have been like on the stay-at-home front for him, Teigen and their kids Luna Simone, who will be 4 next month, and Miles, 22 months. He also shares details of what it was like opening their home to the world for his recent virtual concert.
Currently at their home in Los Angeles, “Everybody’s fine so far,” says Legend. “We’re just trying to keep the kids entertained and stay safe and stay at home, but so far so good.”
Like many parents, Legend, 41, and Teigen, 32, have found themselves doubling as daycare and pre-K teachers in the wake of school closures. “It’s not easy,” says the singer. “I think every parent is realizing how hard it is to be a teacher.”
One thing the couple is making sure is on the lesson plan: proper hygiene. “We talk a lot about washing hands. We used to do that plenty before, but now it just takes on extra urgency.”
For her part, little Luna is still working to master covering up her cough. “Sometimes she’ll forget and it goes out into the air and I’m like, ‘Listen, we’re not doing that.’”
Legend, who paused briefly during this interview to greet son Miles who’d entered the room (“Whenever he walks in a room he has to make sure everybody knows he’s there”), says luckily they’ve got some resources at their disposal to aid in home schooling.
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