When it comes to family life in the era of coronavirus, singer John Legend, his television personality wife Chrissy Teigen and their two children are the best “quaranteam” (quarantine team).
John Legend proved it with a sweet Instagram post on April 24. The post features Legend, Teigen and their children, 3-year-old Luna and 1-year-old Miles Stephens smiling together as a family in their beautiful California home. The caption reads: “Quaranteam.”
John Legend’s fans in the comment section responded to the post with messages complimenting his beautiful family. One fan said: “Beautiful family God Bless.” Another fan responded: “Beautiful family!! Stay healthy and happy.” One commenter captioned the post: “LEGENDary!” John Legend’s manager Ty Stiklorius, who also manages singer Charlie Puth and violinist Lindsey Stirling, responded to the post with: “The first family we all deserve.”
It is clear that Legend and Teigen certainly enjoy their quarantine time with their adorable children, and together with their hired help, the Legend family are most definitely the perfect “quaranteam.”
Besides taking cute family photos, John Legend also spends his quarantine time advocating for criminal justice reform. The TIME 100 Talks: Finding Hope virtual summit, an event where leading health professionals, politicians and entertainers discussed the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, took place on April 23. The event featured John Legend and other esteemed guests such as actress Angelina Jolie, Senator Amy Klobuchar and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) director and immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci.
For his part in the summit, John Legend opened with his version of the song “Lean on Me” by legendary late singer Bill Withers, and closed with his new song “Bigger Love.” Legend also spoke with TIME editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal about the dangers of incarceration during the coronavirus pandemic, as the coronavirus has been proven to spread rapidly through jails and prisons.
“It’s been a hotbed for a lot of infections, because so many people are so close to each other, and the conditions already aren’t the best,” explained John Legend, noting that some people in prisons are only there because they are unable to pay bail. “That should not carry with it a death sentence,” said Legend. “You should not be able to buy justice in America.”