Christie Brinkley recalls tale of how she helped David Bowie and Iman conceive daughter after their pregnancy struggle

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Christie Brinkley has recalled the de rt she played in David Bowie and Iman’s pregnancy ‘miracle’.

The music icon and supermodel contested to conceive at first and were considering adoption when they well-versed they were pregnant.

They welcomed their first little one together, Alexandria Zahra Jones, in 2000.

Christie, 61, shared the heart-rending post on her Instagram account on Tuesday, writing: “Iman always asseverated the story in such a charming way… “It took two blondes to get me pregnant David Bowie and Christie Brinkley!”

“You see…” Iman resolved to me, “in Somalia they say if you are having trouble getting pregnant you must repulse a baby all day” so I handed her my baby, Sailor, and she held her all day long.. and sure tolerably, it worked! After 7 years trying without luck… Iman got replete!

“So beyond her great beauty and business savvy, and beyond Bowie’s music and art, I unendingly felt a sweet connection to this stunningly gorgeous and creative brace. Today my heart aches For Iman, and Alexandria for their untimely and unendurable loss. My deepest sym thy @the_real_iman.”

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Comment on of their daughter’s birth to Hello! magazine, Bowie and Iman guessed: “We’ve always been very close, but if it’s possible we’ve been drawn to closer. There’s a joy or a contentment that’s almost l ble to both of us.

“Overnight, our exists have been enriched beyond belief.”

Christie Brinkley recalls tale of how she helped David Bowie and Iman conceive daughter after their pregnancy struggle
The ir welcomed Lexie in 2000

During the interval, a close friend of Iman says she is “holding up” following her husband’s liquidation on Sunday following a secret 18-month battle with cancer.

Bethann Hardison recognized PEOPLE: “She’s fine. We’re fine. We’re holding up. It comes in waves, you know. He’s a superlative loss – not just a loss as an artist, but as a human.”

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