And we couldn’t love her any more.
Like a lot of celebrity mums, Chrissy has been a victim of mum-shaming, receiving online criticism for all manner of things relating to her parenting techniques – and Chrissy being Chrissy, is having none of it.
This week John Legend posted a cute backstage photo from The Voice to his Instagram, involving his mother-in-law Vilailuck Teigen cuddling his two-year-old daughter Luna, while his wife Chrissy bottle-feeds their five-month-old son Miles.
While the sweet snap made news, it wasn't all for the right reasons as the comments quickly turned to vicious mum shaming, dressing down Chrissy for choosing to bottle feed her child.
Chrissy however is a natural at clap backs, and when one commenter wrote on Legend's post 'You no longer breastfeed?', Chrissy replied: 'John never breastfed Miles.'
'She’s so witty, I would just say “bitch mind your business.” This is why I’m not famous. Lol,' posted one fan, to which Chrissy replied: ‘I say that, I just don’t type it.’
And this isn't the first time Chrissy gave mum shamers a piece of her mind.
Last year, Chrissy, who used IVF to conceive her daughter, Luna, was criticised for announcing that her next baby would definitely be a boy, to which she responded ‘Since this is coming up again, I said our next baby would be a boy because that is the embryo we have left. A boy. So. Yeah.’
One twitter user went as far as to ask the model, ‘Did you give it a minute to try naturally or are you avoiding “the act?”’, to which Chrissy responded ‘Hi Linda, thanks for asking, you complete witch. I tried for about 9 years. Anything else, let me know!’
And we thought we couldn't love Chrissy Teigen any more!
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