John Legend's daughter speaks first word on Moroccan vacation

Posted March 20, 2017

Not so long ago, we made a declaration: Chrissy Teigen is the Best Person Alive and She Has the Best Dogs Alive and That's That.

"Cat!" she said excitedly, while pointing at a feline across from her. Chrissy captioned the video, "Ah!" We'd nearly wonder if she'd employed the use of double-sided tape-as though she'd wanted to give off the I-am-about-to-show-the-free-world-my-left-boob look-except for the fact that she continually kept pushing the cardi back onto her shoulder, and looked a little self-conscious as she pushed baby Luna's stroller into the airport.

Want all the latest pregnancy and birth announcements, plus celebrity mom blogs? Teigen shared another pic of Luna with a bow in her hair, writing, "First bow".

Scroll through the gallery below to see baby Luna's most recent Instagram photos!

"Cat", Luna said in the video, and Teigen can be heard gasping and clapping. Luna is also always playing with the four dogs her parents own.

She's also been documenting milestones of daughter, who turns one in April, to share with followers.

What may be more out of the ordinary about Luna's first words is that they were said in Morocco.

Chrissy Teigen recently spoke out about her postnatal depression in the hope of helping others but now husband John Legend has opened up about how he coped with helping her through her battle. "We've been to Italy, and to France and NY, and Mexico with her, and so she's traveled quite a lot with us already".

Speaking to PEOPLE this week, Legend described that it was his job, "to do the best I could to support her", and to understand what Teigan was going through. "She's been able to handle all that so hopefully we're getting her prepared for the kind of life we live". Teigen nearly suffered a nip slip when she went braless at the airport. Or as Teigen told Glamour: "She is somehow exactly me, exactly John, and exactly herself".

"My lower back throbbed; my shoulders - even my wrists - hurt", she wrote. I started taking an antidepressant, which helped.