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Chrissy Teigen admits that she’s not sure if she and husband John Legend will have their children, 3-year-old daughter Luna and infant son Miles, believe in Santa Claus.

During a Q&A session at the Chase Unlimited Rewards #OneLessThing Holiday Pop-Up Shop in New York City, Teigen opened about the holidays and while she’s “excited to shop for” her kids because she can’t wait to “see them get excited about something,” she’s also giving the side eye to jolly ‘ol Saint Nick.

Chrissy says she and John are “establishing traditions” now that Luna is old enough to really get into holidays.

“She’s just learning about Santa. I didn’t even know if I wanted her to believe in Santa. … I had no idea which way I wanted to go with it,” she explained said. “John and I are just like, ‘I don’t know, we’ll figure it out when she asks, I guess.’”

via People:

While Teigen and husband John Legend were filming their holiday special A Legendary Christmas over Halloween time, their 2½-year-old daughter Luna Simone was “so confused” because she was expecting a bit of a different kind of seasonal celebration at the time.

“She did trick-or-treating at Universal Studios to celebrity trailers,” recalled the mother of two. “She had no idea what was happening. She still asks for Halloween. It was so weird. Honestly, [she was] probably very lucky to do that.”

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“It’s definitely a stressful time, but I think now that Thanksgiving is over we can really focus and hone in on Christmas and gift-giving and just being around family,” she explained.

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11 thoughts on “John Legend and Chrissy Teigen Not Sure They Want Their Kids Rocking With Santa

  1. CMason on said:

    This Santa thing is really creepy, don’t you think??! Creepy, old Caucasian man (pedafile) sneaking in your house in the middle of the night??!! Nothing festive or innocent about that s*’t!

  2. Christianforreal on said:

    Well actually people JESUS Wasn’t born on Christmas day. Now to give HIM the credit is a great position to take, because ‘every good and wonderful gift’ is from GOD. HE gives us the means to share with our loved ones, but biblically He was not born on Christmas and He is not the reason for the season. And Santa Claus is a Black man!!! Haven’t you heard???

  3. People Google Saint Nicholas he is why we have a Santa Clause Some of the other stuff just made him fun, i.e. red suit and the otherstories that come with it, but he was real.t

  4. The truth shall set you free. We tell our children to tell the truth always. So, why tell them a lie about a mythical Caucasian named santa claus? We should be and set good examples for our children. Ninety percent of children’s learning is by the actions of their parents.

  5. I agree. JESUS deserves the praise, not a fake fat man who wears a red suit getting the praises. Look at the name SANTA. Turn it around it spells SATAN who want to get the glory and the attention.

  6. Ted Gravely on said:

    Now that’s what I’m talking about. People of color should not have their kids growing up believing some fictional fat white man climbing down a chimney is delivering presents. If the He is the reason for the season, make it about Him. Santa is garbage. Don’t do it! Pull away from this nonsense. That’s how you think freely. Pull away from the white man’s nonsense. Garbage. Did I say Santa was garbage?

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