Chrissy Teigen isn't about to let anyone shame her for breastfeeding

Chrissy Teigen has hit back at shamers who criticised her for sharing a breastfeeding selfie [Photo: Getty]

Chrissy Teigen is used to dealing with Internet trolls. 

From clapping back at those who question her parenting skills, to calling out haters who question her fertility decisions, she’s more than capable of sticking it to the shamers.

And even if you were to troll the model then hurriedly delete the offensive words for fear of come-back from her 10.7 million (and still climbing) Twitter followers, she’ll still call you out.


After posting a sweet snapshot of herself breastfeeding her newborn son, Miles, (alongside also nursing her daughter, Luna’s baby doll), the model-turned-presenter found herself on the receiving end of some criticism.

And in typical Chrissy fashion she wasn’t about to take it lying down.

“I think it’s perfectly fine for women who breast feed in public. They are doing it because they need to. When you post on social media that you are doing it, it comes across as narcissistic though, [sic]” the now-deleted troll tweet read.

And Chrissy was quick to respond: “Nah. Just chillin. Posting daily life like I do with anything else. Cooking, playing with dogs, etc. You make feeding a baby big deal because you got weird titty issues.[sic]”

She also hit back at another user who wrote: “Christ in a hand basket. Menstruating, childbirth and sex are natural, too, but that doesn’t mean I want to see pics of it and/or celebrities like @chrissyteigen taking a bath or nursing. We get it,[sic]”

“I don’t care to see grainy fireworks, coachella selfies or infinity pool pics but i let people live. calm your tits and scroll on by,[sic]” was the model’s response to that call-out.


Fans were pretty impressed with that quick witted retort.


The troll clap back came as Chrissy also took it upon herself to put the mummy shamers back in their box.

Posing a picture of her posing with her two children on holiday, Chrissy, also poked fun of the mummy shammers who criticise her every move.

Making a nod to several social media critics who swipe at her parenting skills, Teigen posted in the caption:

“Should I post the one where his head looks unsupported but my face looks good and Luna is over it, the one where his head is supported but my face is just okay and Luna is over it, or him crying and my face looks okay and luna is over it?”

Could we love her any more?

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