Chrissy Teigen Celebrates 10th Anniversary of Her Breast Implants in a Hot Throwback Photo
This week, authoress and television personality Chrissy Teigen took to social media with a funny post about her anatomy. The star shared a throwback photo and captioned it with a hilarious revelation.
At the time, the television host was modeling a white bikini on the runway at the Beach Bunny Swimwear fashion show. Teigen also added to her post: “RIP to these teeth.”
Teigen had breast surgery
The second picture showed her baring her teeth on the runway in the same bikini. The cookbook author recently opened up about having plastic surgery done in her early 20s.
Teigen was interviewed by “Glamour UK” earlier this month, where she was their cover story. She spoke to the publication about having breast augmentation surgery.
Having surgery for her career
Speaking about the procedure, the authoress said: “Yeah, I did my boobs when I was about 20 years old.” She revealed that she went under the knife because of her swimsuit modeling career.
What she had done
Chrissy compares childbirth to COVID-19 test
Last month, the television host described the horrors she experienced while giving birth to her first child. She used her birthing experience to compare it to being tested for COVID-19.
Teigen shuts down critics
Teigen was lashing out at people who have complained that a nasal swab to test for coronavirus was “invasive.” She explained how her private parts had been ripped.
“I bet it’s super rough”
The star mocked COVID-19 test critics saying: “so yeah. the swab, I bet it's super rough.” She and her husband, John Legend, are parents to a daughter Luna, 3, and Miles, 23-months-old.
Hanging out on the beach
In a much lighter post, Teigen took to social media again to share photos of her having some fun on a deserted beach in Malibu. The supermodel wore a black and yellow silk robe as she threw a football around with Legend.
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