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Chrissy Teigen wants optimistic daughter

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Chrissy Teigen wants optimistic daughter

Chrissy Teigen wants daughter Luna to grow up being optimistic - but accepts that might not happen.

The 30-year-old model gave birth to her and husband John Legend's first child three months ago, and while the tot is very fortunate in many ways, Chrissy worries about the impact their fame will have on her.

When one fan on Twitter asked: "How do you think you and John being celebrities will effect Luna growing up?", Chrissy replied: "While I want her to be wide-eyed and optimistic, I think she will be very cautious of people."

Chrissy also joked that her and John are already trying to drum it into Luna about how famous they are.

During a Q&A with fans, one asked whether the offspring of celebrities know they're famous and Chrissy quipped: "They don't and they don't know you're famous no matter how many times you yell it at them."

Chrissy - who married the 'All of Me' singer in 2013 - is very hands-on when it comes to her daughter and says it's a myth that many celebrities hand their child over to the nanny.

Replying to the question: "Do some celebrities depend on nannies to take care of their kids?", Chrissy responded: "To help, is a better way to say it. And others, too. I dunno anyone that doesn't wanna take care of their kids."

The 'Lip Sync Battle' star also revealed the inspiration behind the name Luna, which means moon in Spanish.

She said: "I love the moon, space & this insane infinite universe so much bigger than us that we're not nearly amazed enough."