Fans are convinced that Chrissy Teigen and John Legend just subtly announced they’re expanding their family again in the new music video for his song “Wild.” At the end of the video, the two can be seen cuddling, with Teigen’s hands on her stomach. Teigen retweeted Vevo’s post about the video, which advised fans to keep their eyes out for a “beautiful surprise:”

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Teigen hasn’t confirmed the news directly yet on her social media, just tweeting out a smiley face with hearts emoji.

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But that hasn’t stopped people on Twitter from congratulating her or tweeting about it:

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Teigen has been vocal about her struggles getting pregnant in the past with her two children Luna and Miles.

“You know, we did IVF and it’s kind of crazy because even though you do all this planning and preparation, you take progesterone and inject your body and do all this stuff—and when I finally did get pregnant I was like, ‘Oh crap, are we ready?’” she told The Cut. “I think it kind of doesn’t matter whether you do all that preparation or whether it’s a surprise. You still wonder if you’re ready. But then you hear from enough people that you’re never really ready, and you just go for it.”

She spoke more to the outlet about her IVF journey, saying, “it’s also easy to grow resentful of how easy it is for some people, when you’re literally mixing your own powders and chemicals to inject into your belly, shoving progesterone up there. It’s almost like one of those things where there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. It’s like the physical pain of labor. Once your baby is actually born, you don’t remember that pain at all. When you go through IVF, it does feel like, Oh it’s not fair I have to do all this. Still, it’s a complete miracle when it works. There are so many people that still struggle, even with access to IVF.”

“You hear stories about IVF working the first try,” she continued. “But you’ll hear a lot more stories about when it takes a few times. Ours didn’t work the first time, and it was devastating. You realize that a lot of it is luck, and you can’t blame things on yourself. It’s so easy to try to figure out what you might have done “wrong” and do the opposite the next time. The first round I did of IVF, when it didn’t work, I remember thinking, Oh, I was on my feet too much, and that’s why. You just look for anything to blame, especially yourself. I think hearing stories is just really important. You realize there’s no right way to do it, or right way to react. I don’t know. There’s no right way to do IVF. You just have to keep hoping that it will happen. It’s easy for some, and not for others. And that’s okay.”

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