John Legend Shared a Seriously Adorable Photo of His "Mini-Me" Miles

John Legend posted a cute photo of son Miles on Instagram, captioning the snap, "Mini-me cautiously/optimistically watching these election results come in."

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  • John Legend posted the cutest photo of son Miles on Instagram Wednesday.
  • He captioned the snap of his son—who looks just like him—"Mini-me cautiously/optimistically watching these election results come in."
  • Chrissy Teigen shared another photo of Miles from the same day, and it's every bit as adorable.

If his latest Instagram post is anything to go by, John Legend is handling this unbearably protracted vote counting process an awful lot better than me. On Wednesday, he shared an adorable snap of his doppelgänger son Miles Stephens smiling in an outdoor photoshoot, captioning the Instagram post, "Mini-me cautiously/optimistically watching these election results come in." John! Could I borrow a bit of that cautious optimism before I run out of chips to stress eat?

Chrissy Teigen also shared a photo of Miles from the same day, and it's just as cute:

Miles had his first taste of the electoral process earlier this week, when he and sister Luna joined parents Legend and Teigen on stage at a rally for the Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris. Legend performed at the Philadelphia rally, and invited Teigen and his children to greet the audience. ""I want to send a shoutout—actually, can you come onstage, baby?" he said. "I want you guys to see, my wife is here. My daughter, Luna, is here. My son, Miles, is here. We're teaching our young people early to participate in their democracy."

Tweeting a video of her appearance, Teigen joked about her inability to speak on stage. "All I could muster was 'hi everyone!' This mouth of mine and that’s all I could do," she wrote. "An honor to be in Philly to support Kamala and Joe."


hollywood, california october 14 in this image released on october 14, john legend performs onstage at the 2020 billboard music awards, broadcast on october 14, 2020 at the dolby theatre in los angeles, ca photo by kevin winterbbma2020getty images for dcp

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