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Chrissy Teigen shares baby Luna's first word as she approaches first birthday – and it's not mama

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Chrissy Teigen has shared her daughter Luna's first word – and it's not what you might think.

While other kids might be saying 'mama' or 'dadda' Luna – who turns one next month – has a different agenda entirely.

And her choice of first word has revealed her love of animals.

Sitting in a wooden high chair, Luna is enjoying her lunch as she wears an adorable dress covered in flamingos.

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"Cat," Chrissy can be heard, encouraging her daughter to say the word.

"Cat!" Luna clearly says while her dad John Legends laughs in approval in the background.

Last week, the model shared yet another sweet video of her daughter Luna with her millions of fans.

The model and her adorable 10-month-old daughter spent a day at a petting zoo where the sweet tot got to pet her first real-life bunny rabbit.

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Her mum urged her to be "gentle" as she stroked the rabbit's head in the video Chrissy uploaded to Instagram.

John also shared a video of his wife and daughter surrounded by ducks and a goat.

"Petting zoo party," the singer captioned it.

While Chrissy shared a snap of her holding a piglet, which she hilariously captioned: "Dreams do come true."

The family outing came days after Chrissy revealed she suffered from postpartum depression.

The Sports Illustrated model felt her life changed after she welcomed her little girl into the world but couldn't "figure out why" for so long.

She shared: "I went back to work on Lip Sync Battle in August, when Luna was four months. The show treated me incredibly well ... But I was different than before. Getting out of bed to get to set on time was painful. My lower back throbbed; my ­shoulders - even my wrists - hurt. I didn't have an appetite. I would go two days without a bite of food, and you know how big of a deal food is for me. One thing that really got me was just how short I was with people.

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Chrissy Teigen fires back at haters criticising her parenting abilities

"I would be in my dressing room, sitting in a robe, getting hair and makeup done, and a crew member would knock on the door and ask, 'Chrissy, do you know the lyrics to this song?' And I would lose it ... They would leave. My eyes would well up and I would burst into tears. My makeup artist would pat them dry and give me a few minutes.

"I couldn't figure out why I was so unhappy. I blamed it on being tired and possibly growing out of the role, 'Maybe I'm just not a goofy person anymore. Maybe I'm just supposed to be a mom.'"

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Chrissy Teigen reveals battle with post-natal depression as she went on a downward spiral

However, Chrissy finally saw a light at the end of the tunnel when she visited her GP and got diagnosed.

In a revealing essay for the April issue of Glamour magazine, she shared: "Before the holidays I went to my GP for a physical. John sat next to me. I looked at my doctor, and my eyes welled up because I was so tired of being in pain ... My doctor pulled out a book and started listing symptoms. And I was like, 'Yep, yep, yep.' I got my diagnosis: postpartum depression and anxiety ..

"I remember being so exhausted but happy to know that we could finally get on the path of getting better. John had that same excitement. I started taking an antidepressant, which helped. And I started sharing the news with friends and family - I felt like everyone deserved an explanation, and I didn't know how else to say it other than the only way I know: just saying it. It got easier and easier to say it aloud every time."

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