Chrissy Teigen wants you to stop referring to her marriage as #RelationshipGoals

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  • Sometimes a nice thing is just a nice thing, OK?

    We’re big fans of Chrissy Teigen on social media; whether she’s sharing pictures of baby Luna or shutting down her critics, we’re here for it.

    The Lip Sync Battle star, who was recently involved in a car crash, had a great time at the Grammys and shared her return home with her Snapchat followers (we highly approve of her post-night-out snack choice of Ramen).

    Husband John Legend was helping her remove her necklaces, a pretty cute gesture most of us would describe as ‘Relationship Goals’, amiright?

    Never afraid to speak her mind, she took to Twitter the next day to set the record straight – a simple, everyday action like helping take your partner’s jewellery off doesn’t warrant the label ‘#RelationshipGoals.’

    She makes a fair point; while it’s a nice moment between the two of them that she chose to share, it isn’t the hallmark of a successful relationship.

    Admittedly we’re guilty of throwing around the term ‘Relationship Goals’ like a hot potato, too. Whether it’s Chrissy Teigen and John Legend, Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes or Mr and Mrs Beckham, we just can’t help ourselves sometimes.

    We thank you for the lesson in social media etiquette, Chrissy.

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