Chrissy Teigen must feel like a bit of a ‘boob’ after she almost exposed a little too much flesh out of her flimsy plunging jumpsuit as she went down a children’s slide into a ball pit.
The 33-year old model shared the funny video clip on Instagram of her in the burgundy jumpsuit grabbing her breasts as they threatened to tumble out as she whooshed down the slippery dip. You could hear laughter in the background – probably hubby, John Legend expressing his amusement.
“Whoopsie daisy,” Teigen captioned the video.
Many fans also rushed to Teigen’s defense, telling everyone to mind their business and praising the star for taking the correct “safety” precautions while going down the slide.
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“I loved that the first thing you did was save the ‘girls’,” one quipped.
‘Get A Bra’
The previous day, Teigen also shared an Instagram post in which she wears the same jumpsuit and has a shocked expression on her face, captioning the pic, “What do you think I’m looking at.”
One cheeky commenter wrote, “A bra, girl get you one.”
Teigen made a quick quirky comeback: “Allow me to save you from my titties,” she replied.
Teigen later revealed that her excited smile was for a beloved ’90s-era toy.
“You are correct if you guessed Polly Pockets!” she wrote. Yay, we love these too!
‘I Have No A**’
Teigen has much experience fighting back on social media. Last month, the mum-of-two, got slammed about her butt when she put up a photo of her and Legend in the swimming pool.
Teigen put up a fabulous defence saying:
“Everyone so used to a** shots and photoshopped instagrams,” Teigen wrote back. “I’ve had no a** forever — is this new news to some of you?”
“F**kin lames wouldn’t be able to stop blabbering if I got my a** done either,” she continued. “Bored as all hell, never can win!”
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