"She had written me about Baby Jack and loss," the cookbook author told Cohen. "She is really wonderful and so kind, and just as kind as everyone says she is."
"And that's why you look at everything and are like, 'My god, what is absolutely wrong with people where they have to make this person out to be so malicious or so crazy when it's just as simple as them being as kind as everybody says they are?'" Teigen added. "So yeah, she's a really wonderful person."
Meghan shared a similar experience last summer when she and husband Prince Harry were expecting, but unfortunately, the duchess suffered a miscarriage. She detailed her experience in a personal essay to the New York Times,
"After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp," Meghan wrote. "I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right. I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second."
The 39-year-old and Prince Harry are now expecting a girl this summer, as they told Oprah Winfrey in their explosive tell-all exclusive.
Teigen told Cohen they she did reach out to Meghan after the now infamous Oprah interview, but didn’t receive any extra tea.
"She's been very open about what she's been open with and I think honestly her truth has been her truth since the very beginning," the mom-of-two said. "So, no, I didn't get any extra extra."
Teigen has come to the defense of her new friend on Twitter on multiple occasions, including just last month, in reference to the allegations of Meghan bullying Palace staff.
The model who recently made a Twitter comeback, tweeted, “this meghan markle s*** is hitting too close to home for me. these people won’t stop until she miscarries. f****** stop it.”