Chrissy Teigen Is Every Mom After Their Baby’s First Flight

Jul 30, 2018

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Chrissy Teigen is at it again, live-tweeting another flight. No, she wasn’t on yet another flight to nowhere — this time, she was on a 15-hour flight to Bali… with her 2-year old daughter, Luna, and her 3-month old son, Miles.

(Maybe she took a cue from The Points Pups with that name? Hey, you never know!).

A 15-hour flight for any person is difficult, let alone with two kids in tow. And, well, it seems she’s just like any other mom — full of both relief they’ve made it through the first leg, and anxiety for the next. Maybe she took our advice on surviving your first flight with baby?

Her followers also had some clever tips and tricks up their sleeves. Take this one, for example:

And this:

Because inquiring minds need to know everything — and because the TPG office is riddled with AvGeeks — we needed to figure out how she, her husband John Legend, and her two kids got there.

After careful consideration, we’ve come to the conclusion that they likely flew either Cathay Pacific or American Airlines in first class from LAX to HKG, and then continued on to DPS. Save us a seat on Cathay next time though, would you, Chrissy?

Based on a few of her Instagrams, it looks like they made it to Bali safe and sound. How cute is this little guy?

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