On Wednesday, July 21, the model took to her Instagram stories to thank everyone who sent "amazing condolence" letters to her, explaining that the letters were being held for months at a mail facility that was temporarily closed.
The Lip Sync Battle star, 35, gushed in the video, "You guys sent the most amazing condolence letters and cards and books, and I just wanted you to know we got all of them. All of them. And I'm gonna read them all, okay? I love you guys."
The Cravings author and her husband — who share son Miles, 3, and daughter Luna, 5 — lost their youngest child in September 2020 following pregnancy complications. Tiegen and the "All Of Me" singer, 42, have made it a point to keep Jack's memory alive and normalize talking about him with their other two children.
"The way Miles and Luna talk about him is so beautiful and reminds me of when I was little talking to my grandpa who was just sitting bedside next to my mom in a little urn," she has explained. "It's all beautiful, and I love that tradition carries down."
The past year has been an incredibly difficult one for the television personality and her family. While appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in February, Teigen spoke about how she navigated the hurdles that she faced and the vital changes she has made in her life.
"Even thinking back to it now, I am still in therapy about it and I'm still coming to terms with it. I have maternity clothes, and there are things that I bought for my eighth month and my ninth month," she revealed at the time. "So it's just hard because he would've been born this week, so you look at those things and you have these constant reminders."
Teigen also explained how her previous experiences with loss helped guide her during the most devastating time in her life: "It was a really transformative thing for me and in a way it really saved me, because I don't think that I would've discovered therapy and then sobriety and this path of feeling good about myself and feeling like a new person."