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May 2019

Thanks to unfiltered pictures, caustic captions and 280 witty characters, CHRISSY TEIGEN has become the woman that everyone wants to befriend. CHRISTINE LENNON discovers that whether it’s postpartum depression, her “unglamorous” modeling career or wanting people to like her, no subject matter is out of bounds for the queen of social media

As one of the most outrageous and entertaining voices in modern American culture, Chrissy Teigen has built a mini empire out of honesty, surprising vulnerability and some of the best jokes ever typed with thumbs. And she’s done it (almost) all in a sheet mask, wrapped in a towel, from the comfort of her sofa. “People think I am so wild, but I never leave the house,” Teigen says, erupting into her famous head-thrown-back laugh. “I’m very much an introvert. This is my happy place.”

You can see why. A five-bedroom contemporary in Beverly Hills that Rihanna once owned, the home Teigen shares with her husband, recording artist John Legend, and their two kids (Luna, three, and Miles, one) is situated at the end of a winding road with views across Los Angeles. Inside, it’s a hive of domestic activity. “Do you have farts from the garlic?” Chrissy calls to Miles, who is speeding around in a baby walker, avoiding a nap. Luna returns from preschool, wearing a pink tutu and carrying a Godzilla toy, and Teigen shouts “Toons!” to greet her. Teigen’s mother, nicknamed Pepper (real name Vilailuck), who also lives here, wanders through wearing Yeezy slides.

Teigen herself is curled at the end of a velvet sectional in her living room, wearing a Caravana jumpsuit and Chloé cardigan, her hair up in braids. Paul Barbosa, a chef who collaborates with Teigen on her Cravings cookbooks and upcoming website of the same name, walks in from the kitchen to fill two glasses of rosé. This is mission control for Teigen’s team; here, she’ll take meetings (to discuss new recipes, or her homeware collaboration with Target), play with her kids, film content for social media and entertain friends. “We’ve had some ragers in here,” she admits. “Don’t worry about spilling anything. It’s all been done before.”

read the whole interview on net-a-porter.com


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May 2019

Model, author, activist and pop culture icon Chrissy Teigen announced today that she is partnering with Pittsburgh-based Allegheny Health Network (AHN) and its women’s health program ‘AHN Women’ to launch a social cause initiative –  #MyWishForMoms – which aims to create open dialogue among women about postpartum depression and anxiety.

Last year, more than 500,000 – or one in seven – new moms developed postpartum depression, yet only 15 percent of them received treatment, according to the American Psychological Association. Postpartum depression is characterized by extreme feelings of sadness, anxiety and exhaustion that can threaten the wellbeing of moms, babies and their families.

“When I was approached with this opportunity – to help be the voice for women experiencing postpartum depression and anxiety – I thought, ‘this is perfect!’. I’m grateful to be able to use the platform that I’ve been given to reduce the stigma that many women feel when talking about these very real and treatable conditions,” said Teigen. “I wish I had known that postpartum depression can happen to anyone because I didn’t think it could happen to me. Here I was, with my perfect little Luna and a supportive husband, yet I was truly struggling.”

Throughout Maternal Mental Health month, observed annually in May, Teigen (@chrissyteigen) will ask moms to share what they wish they would have known about postpartum depression and anxiety using the hashtag #MyWishForMoms. Additionally, AHN Women will educate families on the warning signs of postpartum depression and anxiety, as well as available treatment options, via MyWishForMoms.org.

“My wish for moms is that they know they aren’t alone, and they are supported by the more than 500,000 women who share their experience each year,” Teigen said. “Imagine if we can get as many people talking about postpartum depression and anxiety as those experiencing it, and let them know help is available.”

Teigen recently visited the AHN Women Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health in Pittsburgh to meet with women who have received treatment for postpartum depression and/or anxiety. Joining the patients on the AHN Women signature green sofa, she filmed a series of videos highlighting each woman’s story and demonstrating how AHN’s unique program is changing the way postpartum depression and anxiety are treated.

“We have created a novel therapeutic environment that brings available resources to women and their families in an effort to help get them well, bond and grow together. We are so pleased to work with Chrissy, and commend her for being open about her own experience in order to help other families,” said Sarah Homitsky, a psychiatrist and Medical Director of Women’s Behavioral Health at AHN.

Source: prnewswire.com


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Mar 2019

Chrissy shared these beautiful pictures on her Instagram with the caption:

It’s been such a long time since I had a shoot just to shoot. Like 12 years. But I saw some of @tal_abudi’s incredible photos of some of my friends (@ninaagdal!) and I had to meet him! And it was a wonderful, easy, beautiful day with some of the greatest people ever. @maryphillips @shay_shaz @shalevlavan💕💕💕 thank you guys!!!


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Jan 2019

Chrissy is on cover of the february issue of Good Housekeeping. The images were shot by Eric Ray Davidson, on the same day as her Women’s Health photoshoot. Read the interview below ↓


Chrissy Teigen on Food, Family, and What Happens When You Live a Life You Crave

We can always count on social media’s most honest star to tell it like it is.

For Chrissy Teigen, cooking is about more than putting food on the table — after the birth of her first child, Luna, it was a means of healing. She suffered from postpartum depression, and “it was physically hard to get up,” she says in an exclusive interview for Good Housekeeping‘s February 2019 issue. “My bones hurt.” Her mom made simple dishes, hoping to lure Chrissy to take a bite. “One of the ways I knew I was healing was that I found my way back into the kitchen,” says Chrissy in her second cookbook, Cravings: Hungry for More. “Starting to cook again really helped me get back on my feet and get back into normal life.”

Cooking is a safe haven for Chrissy — as evident by her two bestselling cookbooks and new, affordable Cravings by Chrissy Teigen cookware line at Target — that helps her stay centered and focused on her family, including husband John Legend and their two children Luna, 2, and Miles, 7 months. It’s part of her overall philosophy for living a happy life, which, not surprisingly, she’s willing to share.

Cherish where you came from.

I’m so much like my dad (Chrissy was raised by her father, Ron, and mother, Vilailuck). My dad and I are emotional, and we can be stubborn, and we have this need for justice. I was very much a daddy’s girl when it came to food we’d cook together — meat; potatoes; heavy, hearty dishes. But I was always fascinated by things my [Thai] mom was cooking, so I have a good balance between both parents.

Give your body the care it deserves.

I think, in a way, we’ve forgotten what a regular body looks like. There are people out there who are struggling, and I’m struggling, and it’s okay to come to terms with realizing it’s going to be a bit of a journey. I’m not blind: I see my body, I see the difference in shape, I see that I gained weight. But I also see with those same eyes that I have a beautiful baby boy, and an amazing little girl, and I am very happy. This is a new thing that I can change within my mind, that I don’t have to be swimsuit model anymore. I get to be a mommy, cook, and meet incredible people, and I’m happy to be going through this transition.

Read the full interview on goodhousekeeping.com

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Dec 2018

Chrissy is the cover star of Elle UK’s January 2019 issue. I’ve uploaded the images, shot by the amazing Gilles Bensimon, to the gallery & don’t forget to check out Chrissy’s interview down below 🙂 




Whether she’s calling out President Trump, busting beauty taboos or generally being hilarious, Chrissy Teigen might just be the best thing about the internet. And IRL, she’s every bit as fabulous.

No ‘set life’. No humblebrags. Post only ‘the silly and the random’. But, most importantly, don’t ever let the grid get you down. ‘You should never feel like you’re missing out,’ she says. ‘There’s so much more than these fake-ass Instagram people.’

It’s lunchtime in Los Angeles, and Chrissy – aka @chrissyteigen, the internet’s funniest (and frankest) person – and I are sitting in the sunny garden restaurant of the Hotel Bel-Air. It’s her choice – she once lived at the hotel for two months while her home was being renovated, so the waitress knows her well – and we’re drinking vodka sodas because, as Chrissy puts it, ‘It’s nearly Friday, right?’ (It’s Tuesday.)

On the agenda: the pros and cons of a life lived out on social media. Faced with too much Insta-perfection, she argues, ‘People get FOMO, or they feel bad about their bodies, and I get it. If I feel bad seeing certain things, what about that girl who has no connection to this industry? It makes me sad, because that’s not really how it is.’

So Chrissy speaks truth to online fakery, posting pictures of her stretch marks, say, alongside the comment ‘whatevs’, while making us laugh out loud with her hilarious take on everything from politics to parenting.

Like the time she spoke for all of us in response to Kanye West’s political Twitter posts back in April, when she tweeted: ‘kanyeeeeeeeeeeeeee iljeflaejsf’pifgaiw’rgjwregfreogjwrpogjjr’. Or the moment someone tried to shame her for going to dinner ten days after her daughter was born, asking, ‘How’s baby Luna?’ She replied: ‘I dunno I can’t find her’.

Or when, after Donald Trump tweeted that it was time to ‘keep “evil” out of our country’, she replied, ‘What time should we call your Uber?’ The President – not known for his thick skin – later blocked her after she tweeted ‘Lolllllll no one likes you’ at him. ‘I would have blocked me, too,’ she laughs. ‘I was doing this way before he was President. I just despise him. It’s like he’s on the wrong side of every issue. That takes talent. Even a broken clock is right twice, yes?’

This is why people love her. More than 30 million people, at the last count: 21 million on Instagram and almost 11 million on Twitter. Yes, at 33 she is also a successful model and TV host (of American show Lip Sync Battle), not to mention, along with singer John Legend, one half of Hollywood’s most likeable couple. But it’s her online feeds that have won her a place in our hearts. She’s funny, outspoken and painfully honest. And, most of all, she’s real. She makes social media a better place to be – and that relationship runs both ways.

The internet, says Chrissy, has changed her life. ‘Guys have always come up to me since I did Sports Illustrated,’ she says. ‘But now, they all say the same thing: “My girlfriend loves you.” And I couldn’t be happier.’

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Nov 2018

Chrissy and John are on the cover of YOU Magazine today (November 18th 2018). The images were shot by Yu Tsai so make sure to check them out in the gallery. And don’t forget to read the interview down below ↓

How John Legend and Chrissy Teigen became America’s most powerful celebrity couple

The hottest couple on the planet right now, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are as famous for their no-holds-barred social-media presence as for their stellar careers. From IVF and depression to mothers-in-law and President Trump, no subject is off limits…

She’s a former Sports Illustrated cover girl and successful model, writer and TV personality. He’s the musician who this year achieved the elusive EGOT – winning an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar and a Tony (the first African-American man and one of only 15 people to do so). The joint wattage of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend is dazzling, and with a combined following on Instagram just shy of 30 million (on Twitter it is 23 million), their outspoken views on everything from breastfeeding and body-shaming to US politics have huge global reach.

Even President Trump has had to take notice, but it’s fair to say he is not their biggest fan. Chrissy began trolling Trump long before he became president, prompting him to block her on Twitter last year. (The final straw was her writing ‘Lol no one likes you’ on his page, which is innocuous compared to some of the other things she has said.)

Chrissy, 32, and John, 39, met in 2006 when she starred in the video for his single ‘Stereo’. This was also the year when John won his first three Grammys. Chrissy was already an in-demand model signed to IMG (she has appeared in campaigns for the likes of Nike, Olay and Ugg). ‘We were really attracted to each other,’ he admits. ‘We started seeing each other right away.’ (She has said, more bluntly, that they ‘did it’ on their first date, after eating burgers from cult US fast food chain In-N-Out.) In September 2013, they married at the Villa d’Este hotel overlooking Lake Como, and they now have two children: Luna, two, and Miles, six months.

Chrissy has just released her second cookbook, Cravings: Hungry For More, which like her first, Cravings, contains a mix of comfort food (there’s a section devoted to potatoes and multiple recipes for cheese toasties) and healthier offerings. And John has an album out, A Legendary Christmas, featuring soulful takes on old favourites.

check out the whole interview on you.co.uk



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Nov 2018

Here is Chrissy’s interview with Jessica Pressler for Glamour’s 2018 Women of the Year issue. Read it down below & don’t forget to check out the new images in the gallery.

Chrissy Teigen has lost her voice. “I’m so sorry,” she rasps as we sit in a tiny Korean restaurant in New York City. Since giving birth to Miles, her second child with husband John Legend, in May, the 33-year-old model turned TV host turned everyone’s favorite social media spirit animal has been readjusting to her jet-setting schedule. “Everything is totally hitting me, and I’m very overwhelmed, and it’s like my body can’t take it,” she says, picking up the menu. Fortunately there’s a temporary balm for this condition. “Do you want a glass of wine?” she asks, her eyes glinting. As the waiter deposits two large glasses of sauvignon blanc on the table, she has three words: “Yes, please, God.”

It’s a little after noon on Wednesday, but for Teigen it’s already been a week: Three days prior she accompanied Legend to the Creative Arts Emmys, where he became the first African American man to achieve full EGOT. Then she flew to New York to promote her second book of maximalist recipes, Cravings: Hungry for More. But it was the latest episode of Lip Sync Battle, the celebrity “singing” competition on which she appears as host LL Cool J’s hype woman, that did her voice in. Producers arranged an on-air celebration for her mom, a Thai immigrant who recently became an American citizen. “She was so happy,” Teigen says, choking up a little as she flicks through pictures on her iPhone of her mom onstage with a dancer dressed as Times Square’s famous Naked Cowboy. “You forget, as crazy as the world seems right now, people are still extremely excited to be a part of this country,” she says. “I thought she was going to sob. And instead she just hit the Naked Cowboy’s butt.”

Now we know where Teigen gets her ability to land a punch line. She may be vocally compromised at the moment, but her nearly 11 million Twitter followers can count their lucky stars that she still has her fingers, which are just as itchy as the current president’s. When President Trump tweeted, “We must keep ‘evil’ out of our country!” in 2017, she replied, “What time should we call your Uber?” It’s digital bons mots like this that earned her the title of Twitter’s “undisputed queen” from none other than BuzzFeed, which does brisk business aggregating her observations into lists with titles like “100 Hilarious Chrissy Teigen Tweets We Honestly Need to Talk About More.” She’s just as candid in real life—on the Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen after-show, she revealed she and Legend did it on their first date.

In an age when celebrities carefully guard their words, her candor connects. “I think the thing that resonates is that she is 100 percent authentic,” says Teigen’s longtime hairstylist, Jen Atkin. “She’s really tweeting like no one’s watching.” These days Teigen has graduated from posting about being hungover and puking into a bag of Cool Ranch Doritos to real talk about everything from breastfeeding struggles to dealing with mommy shamers. Her ability to share these universal truths with humor has challenged the boundaries of what’s appropriate for mothers in the public sphere. And her openness about late-onset postpartum depression has helped shed light on an issue that too often goes undiscussed. “I think the most surprising thing for me was that it happened three months after,” says Teigen, who was on the set of Lip Sync Battle dressed as Eleven from Stranger Things when she realized something was amiss. “I thought postpartum was, you have the baby and you’re sad. It was like, no. It sneaks up on a lot of people. That’s why I thought it was important for me to talk about.”

Read the whole interview on glamour.com


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Oct 2018

Chrissy is a 2018 Glamour Women of the Year honoree! Her article is going to be online on November 1st and the awards will be held on November 12th in NYC. The images for the magazine were taken by Tom Schirmacher.

Chrissy Teigen, The Influencer

So funny. So true. And so damn necessary. Chrissy Teigen may be one of the most relatable people on the Internet, but she’s also an unofficial spokesperson for Generation Fed Up.


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Oct 2018


Chrissy is featured in the November issue of Vogue US. Read part of her interview down below & don’t forget to check out the image in the gallery!


Chrissy Teigen on Kanye, Getting Blocked by Trump, and Actually Caring About Her Comments

“I FEEL LIKE I would be annoyed by me if I weren’t me,” Chrissy Teigen says. “I feel that all the time.”

It’s a late-summer afternoon, and the 32-year-old Teigen is stepping into the kitchen of the Los Angeles home she shares with her husband, the award-hoarding musician John Legend. The couple’s two-year-old daughter, Luna, is rambling around nearby; their recent arrival, Miles, is cooing in a bassinet. A bulldog named Paul cozies at my feet.

The house is a knockout. It’s atop the hills and has the kind of alpha-lion view you fantasize about when you fantasize about owning a home in L.A. Rihanna used to live here; Teigen has joked about opening Rihanna’s mail. There’s a piano in the foyer with a shelf showcasing Legend’s bursting collection of Grammys, plus his Oscar and his Tony—he’ll win an Emmy in September, entering the rare club known as the EGOT. Teigen will post an Instagram video of Legend putting the Emmy atop the shelf, looking like a proud Little Leaguer back from the playoffs.

Teigen returns with glasses of rosé for us. It’s from Legend’s winery, LVE. It’s good. What do I look like, a sommelier?

I have come to see Teigen because I believe Teigen has important answers for the universe. You know her as a model, a television personality (Paramount Network’s Lip Sync Battle), and the author of the best-selling cookbook Cravings and its recently published sequel. You know her as one half of one of the most appealing couples on earth—seriously, they’re so both adorable you want to pinch them.

But it’s my unscientific opinion that Teigen’s greatest contribution to the planet is her presence on social media. Chrissy Teigen may be the Last Likable Person on the Internet.

We all know how it is. These days, social media feels like a fistfight inside a garbage can inside a septic truck. And yet Teigen wittily navigates the digital fray. Here’s a Teigen tweet on marriage: “I always have a note in my pocket that says ‘John did it’ in case I’m murdered because I don’t want him to remarry.” Here’s another, on childbirth: “No one told me I would be coming home in diapers, too.” Here’s one on food: “Truffle oil is vile.” Buzzfeed once collected a list of her 100 funniest Tweets as if they were lines from Dorothy Parker. I worship this droll masterpiece: “My favorite part about my anniversary dinner was the girl who came to our table who John used to bone and also the sea bass.”

It’s nearly impossible to find a subject Teigen hasn’t discussed on her exploding, eight-figure social-media channels (Instagram: 20.4 million followers and counting; Twitter: 10.7 million), or that she considers out of bounds. She’s been praised for breaking conversational taboos around fertility (her children were conceived via IVF), postpartum depression (she’s suffered from it), and the body-image pressures perpetuated by Instagram.

“Instagram is crazy,” she posted earlier this year. “I think it’s awesome people have killer bodies and are proud to show them off (I really do!!) but I know how hard it can be to forget what (for lack of a better word) regular ol’ bodies look like when everyone looks bonkers amazing.”

“Chrissy is real and authentic,” says her friend Kim Kardashian West. “She’s so open and honest with her audience . . . she also has the best sense of humor.”

When I mention to friends I am working on a story about Teigen, the response is universal: OMG Chrissy Teigen. It’s like telling people I’m writing a story about a warm basket of puppies. It’s why big companies like Target and Procter & Gamble have lined up behind her. Everybody seems to love Chrissy Teigen. (Well, except the president of the United States. We’ll get to him in a minute.)

But now, in her home, Teigen’s trying to talk me out of it. She’s making the case she’s not so likable—or liked—on social media.

Come on. You’re so self-deprecating. . . .

“That becomes unlikable, too,” she insists, sitting down on the couch. She’s dressed in jeans with a white T-shirt and black cardigan. “I get made fun of all the time. People are like, ‘We get it, you like pizza.’ ”

Famous people are not supposed to care about such things. Teigen does. Likewise, they’re not supposed to read the comments. She does that, too.

“I’ll read a thousand of the sweetest comments—‘You have the cutest family, I love your book’—and then one person is like, ‘You look like the Bride of Chucky’ and I’ll be like, ‘Oh my God, @paulh7114620 thinks I look like Chucky.’

“A lot of people are really smart about staying out of it,” she adds. She mentions Kardashian West. “I’ll send something to Kim—a screen grab of the Daily Mail,like some ridiculous headline, and she’ll be like, ‘Is that what’s happening?’ And I’m like, ‘Kim, this is the biggest story of the week right now!’ Then I’ll feel bad because she’s probably been saving her sanity by not reading this stuff, and meanwhile, I’m like ‘Look at this!

In person, Teigen is immediately disarming—you feel you know her because you kind of do know her (I’ve seen her fridge on Instagram! I know those counters!) But she confesses that it all sometimes gets to her.

“Much stronger people are like ‘I don’t care what you think,’ ” she says. “I genuinely do care. I think it’s funny when people are like, ‘I love how you just don’t give a fuck.’ I’m like, ‘Oh my God. I give so many fucks.’ I want to be liked.”

read the full interview on vogue.com

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Oct 2018


Chrissy worked on yet another collection with Becca Cosmetics. The new Cravings Collection will feature “2 brand-new, limited-edition kits that are perfect for achieving the ultimate holiday look”.

The Glow Kitchen Kit includes the Glow Soufflé Eye Shadow & Face Highlighter Dou in Cinnamon Churro, the Confectionary Glow Powder in Cinnamon Sugar and the Lip Soufflé in Red Velvet. It will cost $44 and will be available on BeccaCosmetics.com.

And the Lip Icing Glow Gloss Kit includes the following 4 gloss shades: Crème Brûlée, Cinnamon Bun, Sugar Plum and Candy Cane. The set will cost $29 and will available on BeccaCosmetics.com.




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