Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's children have "teamed up" against them.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's kids team up against them

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's kids team up against them

The couple are parents to Luna, seven, Miles, five, Esti, 15 months, and Wren, 10 months, and while the older kids get "competitive" with one another and favour their younger siblings of the same sex, all of their brood present a united front against their parents.

Asked if they all get along, John told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Sometimes."

Chrissy, 38, added: "They really are.

"Luna and Miles are very competitive with each other, but they love the babies. They're very into the babies.

"Miles has teamed up with Wren and Luna has teamed up with Esti and now it's all against us."

The 'All of Me' hitmaker previously admitted Luna and Miles had to quickly adjust to having younger siblings, particularly because Wren - who was born to a surrogate - came along just a few months after Esti.

He told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Well, you know, it was two to three and then quickly three to four. And I think the biggest adjustment was you know the older kids getting used to having babies around.

"They're such good older siblings and we have a lot of fun.

"It's just more love and more joy in the house, honestly."

However, the Hollywood couple have endured their share of tragedy having lost their baby Jack five months into Chrissy's pregnancy in September 2020.

Earlier this year, the 45-year-old singer admitted he was in awe of his spouse's "strength and resilience" because she had to go through "physical trauma" while navigating their shared grief.

Asked about sharing the hard parts of their lives with the world, John told Fatherly: "The moments of joy and love just outweigh any negative experiences that we’ve had. But when we’ve had them, it tested our strength, it tested our resilience.

"Particularly as the husband, you are grieving yourself, but you’re also knowing that it’s even worse for your wife because it’s not just emotional. It’s a physical trauma that happens too when you lose a child.