John Legend and Chrissy Teigen began their romance in 2006. While they broke up a year later, they eventually tied the knot in 2013.

The couple has since maintained a close relationship, along with their two children. Alongside their family, the two celebrities have, also, reached new heights in their respective careers.

But, sources said that the "All Of Me" singer is "most proud" of the accomplishment of his wife. He was "super supportive" when the model decided to get sober as it helped save their marriage, according to Star magazine.

Insiders continued that John Legend loves Chrissy Teigen. However, the latter's drinking habits became an "issue" in their marriage.

This is why when the model decided to quit her cravings for alcohol, it reportedly "made their relationship so much stronger." Moreover, it could not have come at a better time as the "In My Mind" singer will soon begin his Las Vegas residency.

As alleged, he no longer has to worry about his wife "getting drunk or causing a scene" amid his upcoming stint. In the end, sources asserted that Legend is "so glad" that those days are already behind them.

Meanwhile, it remains unclear whether the story is legitimate. The supposed insiders did not share any evidence to prove the claims.

Accordingly, no one knows whether Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, indeed, experienced struggles in their marriage in relation to the former's drinking habits. Likewise, the same goes for the assertions that the model's sobriety did save their relationship.

Nevertheless, there is some truth to the narrative, especially regarding Teigen getting sober. She celebrated her 100 days of sobriety in October 2021, according to Us Weekly.

Speaking in one of her previous interviews, she shared that she is "so excited" about being sober. She, also, noted how "good" it feels, adding that she is "clear-headed."

This is not the first time Chrissy Teigen talked about her sobriety journey. Reports recalled that she began to ditch alcohol in August 2017.

At that time, she revealed before her audience that she knew in her heart that "it was not right." So, even though nobody brought it up to her, she realized the need for her to quit drinking.

Despite the realizations, though, she started to drink again until late 2020. As reported, she "recommitted to a sober life" after receiving a book on her 35th birthday titled, "Quit Like A Woman."