When Chrissy Teigen’s not making fun of John Legend for looking like Arthur, she’s marching for human rights, writing cookbooks, and caring for her young children. Teigen likes to share snippets from all three of these with her social media followers, usually in the form of wholesome posts. As you may have seen, Teigen posted quite the adorable snap of herself breastfeeding wee little six-week-old Miles last night. It was made all the sweeter because Luna made Teigen breastfeed her doll as well.

The cookbook author captioned her post “I guess I have twins now.” 

Luna making me feed her babydoll so I guess I have twins now

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Since giving birth to little Miles, Teigen has been open about her post-pregnancy journey on both Twitter and Instagram often sharing anecdotes and advice for fellow mothers.

For the most part, the post was very much loved because it’s insanely wholesome. However it did cause some backlash from users bothered by seeing a mother breastfeed her child.

One Twitter user criticised Teigen tweeting “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.” 

To which Teigen responded:


Then just a few moments ago, Teigen replied to a since deleted tweet that went along the lines of Breastfeeding is fine and all but I find posting a picture of it narcissistic.”

So then Teigen replied “You make feeding a baby big deal because you got weird titty issues.” 

You can giggle at the full tweet, below:

This isn’t the first time people have been upset at Teigen for posting photos from her daily life on the ‘gram.

Back in May the mother posted a bath photo with Luna:

a splash with toons

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Again, Teigen was shamed for posting a naked picture of her two-year-old daughter, for being too open with her followers, and for allowing her child to play with, what appears to be, plastic toys.

Image: Instagram / Chrissy Teigen