I’m asking this with the utmost respectful, but is @chrissyteigen pregnant again? 🤯 https://t.co/lnGUihYAc9— The Bundle Man 🛫 (@YouWont_GetMe) 1537230058.0
Fellow moms were quick to jump to Teigen's defense. Many pointed out that Teigen actually looks incredible for any human, let alone one who is four months postpartum. Other mamas were quick to chime in with stories about their own lingering baby bumps.
I just had a baby but thank you for being soooo respectful https://t.co/N9ZxZ35Zze— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) 1537233180.0
It's not polite to ask, and it's no one's business whether a woman's bump is a pregnancy, some fabric, a burrito, a weird shadow or (as in Teigen's case) basically a figment of someone's imagination. A lot of mamas online last night chimed in to say that while Teigen's stomach doesn't look like it did in her Sports Illustrated days, it still looks pretty freaking amazing. Yes, after two kids, Chrissy Teigen doesn't look like a swimsuit model. But she shouldn't have to. She's not a swimsuit model anymore. She is a cookbook author with her own Target line and she hosts a hilarious TV show. She's also a mother. She is so much more than her midsection. "Honestly, I don't ever have to be in a swimsuit again," she recently told Women's Health . "Since I was 20 years old, I had this weight in my mind that I am, or that I'm supposed to be. I've been so used to that number for 10 years now. And then I started realizing it was a swimsuit-model weight. There's a very big difference between wanting to be that kind of fit and wanting to be happy-fit." Teigen is happy with her body, and we're happy she spent Emmy night educating the internet about respecting women.
@chrissyteigen Rule #1. Never ask a woman if she is pregnant. Even indirectly.— Diane Traenkle (@Dtrenk) 1537241770.0
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