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John Legend reveals what he argues with Chrissy Teigen about - and you'd never guess it

by Emmy Griffiths

John Legend and Chrissy Teigen seem like the perfect couple, but in a new interview with Cosmopolitan the Oscar-winning singer has revealed that the pair do indeed have arguments like any other couple! Although John and Chrissy are both regular users of Instagram and Twitter, the star admitted that his wife tends to tell him off for being on his phone too much.

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John revealed he bickers with Chrissy over how much he uses his phone

He said: "Chrissy and I bicker about the normal things, like, 'When will you be home from work?' I [also] look at my phone too much… Twitter, Instagram, texting. She occasionally tells me off for that." He also opened up about how the pair like to spend time together, admitting that they prefer staying in and spending time together. "Chrissy and I cook to relax," he said. "I'm very good at making fried chicken, macaroni cheese, omelettes and pancakes… Then we just hang out and watch TV. Netflix and chill, as they say."

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John opened up about his relationship with his wife, Chrissy

The couple wed in 2013 and welcomed their baby daughter, Luna, in April 2016. But before John settled down, he revealed how he used his amazing skills as a performer to attract girls at school, telling the magazine: "When I was at high school I used to write gospel songs for girls I was trying to hit on. Sometimes it works, but not all the time." John recently praised Chrissy after she penned an essay about her struggle with post-natal depression, and giving others advice to how to help someone struggling with the disorder. "You have to be present," he said. "You have to be compassionate. You have to understand what the reasons for them feeling what they're feeling are. I think once you know the reasons, I think you can be more helpful in identifying what they're going through."