Three Reasons John Legend Epitomizes Husband Goals

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This couple has no problem showing and sharing the love.

This couple has no problem showing and sharing the love.

There's nothing sexier than a proud new dad and his baby. Well, at least that's what mommy Chrissy Teigen thinks about her husband, singer John Legend, and we couldn't agree more.

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The model and food enthusiast shared a photo of her family taking a stroll in New York City on Instagram captioning it. "Get it, dilf!!"

Get it, dilf!!

A photo posted by chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) on May 16, 2016 at 4:14pm PDT

Chrissy isn't new to letting the world know why her baby daddy is a DILF. We can't get enough of their #relationshipgoal worthy moments on Instagram, and the TV host is never shy about sharing a little TMI. (Remember the infamous post she shared of John Legend's backside?)

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But that’s not the only reason we agree he's a DILF.

Let us count the ways:

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1.    Since becoming a new father, Legend has been over the moon and loves sharing adorable pics their daughter, Luna, on Instagram.

2.    Their little bundle of joy, who is affectionately called Lulu, made the R&B crooner decide to take paternity leave. This gives him time to dote on his wife and baby girl. "I think paternity leave is good. I think it's good for me to be home with Chrissy and helping her with whatever she needs, and I want to get to know our little baby!" he recently shared.
3.    Then there was the time Legend defended his wife against online trolls who attacked the "Lip Sync Battle" host for leaving her three week old at home. He tweeted, "Funny There's No Dad-Shaming."

So not only is the "Made to Love" singer a stay-at-home dad, but he is a clapback champ, too!

Now that's what we call a keeper.

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