Kids never fail to surprise adults.
That’s exactly what Chrissy Teigen experienced from her daughter, Luna Stephens, after she had surgery to remove her breast implants. On Thursday, the host, model, and cookbook author posted on Instagram a photo of the funny handmade card that her four-year-old daughter gifted as she recovered from her surgery.
The handwritten note read, “Have fun pulling your boobs out. Love, Luna. On the other side of the card, the little girl wrote, “Bye boobies.” Chrissy captioned that Instagram post by saying that her surgery went perfectly and despite being very sore, she woke up to this card and felt relieved for at least half a minute.
Last month, the 34-year-old celebrity and wife of singer John Legend shared with fans that she was taking a coronavirus test in preparation for her surgery. She took to Instagram to reveal that she was getting her boobs out. According to her, they’ve been great to her for many years but she’s over it and she’d like to be able to zip a dress in her size and lay comfortably on her belly. She told fans not to worry about her because she’ll still have boobs and they’ll only be pure fat which is exactly what they are in the first place.
Chrissy has been very honest about getting breast implants at an early age. In fact, the mother-of-two said that going under the knife has been one of the biggest regrets she has in life. She told Glamour UK last March that she did her boobs when she was only 20 years old. She said it was more of a swimsuit thing and she wanted her boobs to look perky while lying on her back. However, she had babies and they started filling up with milk and then deflated.- Advertisement -
A few years later, she decided to have those implants removed sooner instead of later. She said that if she could do one thing, she’d want to have a lift. She added that one is supposed to replace implants every 10 years but in her case, she had kids and thought about the risks of undergoing surgery. She added that she doesn’t want to die from boob surgery.