Chrissy Teigen Posted A Picture Of Her C-Section In Response To Accusations On Social Media That A Surrogate Carried Her Youngest Baby

May 10, 2023 / Posted by:

Over the years, Chrissy Teigen has transitioned from a ruthless troll of celebrities who were of a higher rank than her at the time to a “reformed” ruthless troll of Donald Trump (who at least deserved it); and also bakes rip-off cakes when she isn’t busy getting her head hair yanked out to be shoved into her eyebrow area. Chrissy is now a prolific social media oversharer and mom who’s graduated to having her own gaggle of trolls on her ass who often swipe at her parenting, including many comments recently that her and John Legend’s baby daughter, Esti, came from a surrogate. So, Chrissy whipped out a picture of her and Esti on the operating table during her c-section birth to prove them all wrong.

According to People, Chrissy had been fielding a slew of accusatory trolls in her Instagram comment sections accusing her of pretending to be pregnant by using a fake baby bump (called a “moon bump”) while Esti was actually baking in a surrogate; and someone even took it so far as to accuse Chrissy of being born a biological male. But Chrissy decided to put those rumors to rest by providing some photo evidence.

On Sunday, the entrepreneur and women’s health activist shared some visual responses to a string of hateful online accusations that she secretly used a surrogate for the recent birth of her 4-month-old daughter Esti Maxine.

“Extremely realistic ‘moon bump,'” Teigen, 37, sarcastically wrote over an intimate shot taken on Jan. 13 after her cesarean section.

“Obsessed with this comment,” the cookbook author added about one specific troll, who posted that Teigen was “born male” and “used something called a moonbump” during her pregnancy, before bizarrely claiming that they were also a “huge fan of Chrissy by the way.”

Here’s Chrissy’s c-section receipt:

And the trolls even came for John–who also shares daughter Luna, 7, and son Miles, 4, with Chrissy–when he was pictured on her account last month wearing Esti on his chest in a baby carrier. Because on the internet, everyone is a parenting expert. 

In the picture, Legend is using a baby carrier to hold Esti, who is kept close to her dad while looking outwards.

One user commented on the photo suggesting that the couple was not using the carrier “right,” tagging another user to “give them some advice” on how to wear it.

Defending her parental choices, Teigen replied to the user, asserting that “‘right’ is how she is comfortable.”

“She doesn’t like to be high and tight and likes to look around and see her daddy,” Teigen said of Esti. “She is safe and happy.”

Here’s that post:

This whole ordeal is hard to reconcile; because although women’s childbearing and childrearing is absolutely no one else’s business and should be handled sensitively (especially when we know Chrissy’s last pregnancy ended in an undoubtedly heartbreaking loss); this is the same hag who tweeted that a teenaged Courtney Stodden should take a dirt nap, taunted Lindsay Lohan about her self-harm, AND made designer Michael Costello miserable via DM. I guess we can all just be thankful she kept it tame this time and didn’t pull a classic “pick-me-ass-Chrissy” move like pulling out her titters to squirt breastmilk at the camera to drive her point home.

Pic: Janet Mayer/ Images, Instagram

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