Chrissy Teigen fires back at troll who told her to post bikini photos instead of her kids
Chrissy Teigen, by this point, is known for a lot of things. While many will know her from her trolling of her husband, musician John Legend, or her often relatable and hilarious Twitter musings, she's also made her name as a model, cookbook writer, TV presenter, and homeware designer.
On top of all this, she's a full-time mother to two kids: two-year-old Luna, and 10-month-old Miles. Her kids, frankly, are adorable - and lucky for us she posts about them a fair amount. I mean, just look at these guys:
Beyond posts displaying just how cute they are, or family shots when they're feeling camera-ready, there are special times that need to be shared. One such pivotal moment in Luna's childhood was her step up to her first big girl bed.
In the video you can see John and Chrissy helping her to organise her toys on her new bed, ending with the cute "thank you mama."
While most people were happy to bask in how adorable it was, or - if they weren't too bothered - just scroll on by, one person took issue with the post. Flying in the face of the overwhelmingly positive comment section, one user wrote: "Bikini pics only, you were a model nobody cares about your kids."
Clearly, they missed the other thousand commenters who were happy to see posts like this - but Teigen didn't miss theirs. She came back with her own witty retort, replying: "yeah well now that I've had kids you don't wanna see me in a bikini so it's quite the dilemma."
Following this, Chrissy's fan had plenty to say - congratulating her on handling the troll so well, and pointing out that many of us are absolutely there to see her family hijinks.
This isn't the only time Teigen has aired some grievances online. Recently she spoke about the one question she is sick of people asking her husband in interviews.
In February, John appeared on The Ellen Show, on which DeGeneres asked him whether she runs any of her Instagram posts or Twitter jokes by him before she posts them - seeing as he's the butt of the joke a lot of the time.
"She runs some tweets by me, but she never runs the ones where she's talking about me by me," he explained. "We're next to each other on the couch, and she'll have this devilish look on her face like she's conniving some kind of devious plan, and then the tweet will go out."
While she made no specific mention of Ellen, this line of questioning clearly rubbed her the wrong way. "I feel like a very common question when interviewing john is basically “how do you deal with your wife” and ... I don’t love it," she wrote.
Before going on to explain why this grates on her.
Lesson is: don't mess with Chrissy, and let her post her baby photos. Everyone wins.