Chrissy Teigen has opened up about raising her son Miles – admitting she's keen to make sure he is comfortable with his emotions.
The TV regular,who is married to singer John Legend, says she wants Miles,2, to be able to talk about his feelings.
She adds that despite only being two years old, the youngster is not conforming to gender norms.
Chrissy said: "Miles is very emotional.
"He's a lot like me too. He wears his heart on his sleeve, and we embrace that.
"I think more men should embrace their emotions. I think that's really important in this world.
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"That it's okay to cry, and it's okay to be upset about something or to be sad about something."
She added to US publication People: "We're going to talk it through and it's okay.
"There is no 'Be a man' in our house.
"There's no right way to be a man, and John is so good about showing them through how he treats me how to be a good man, how to be a good father. It's wonderful to see."
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Chrissy and John also have a daughter Luna, 4.
The US personality went on to explain how Luna is just like her – branding the youngster a 'perfectionist'.
She continued: "I'm trying to tell her that not everything — it's funny because when I talk to her, I'm actually talking to myself too — not everything has to be perfect and there is joy and beauty in imperfections.
"Don't be so hard on yourself. And that's me talking to myself when I tell her that stuff."
"I'm an open, free spirit and I love kids to be kids."
Chrissy went on to add that for herself and John their priority is to raise their two children to be kind.
"They're very warm and friendly. You instill those things in them, but for the most part let them be creative and wondrous and spirited and curious beings," she said.
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