Chrissy Teigen's 'Mom Bod' Video About Her Insecurities Catches Heat

Chrissy Teigen

The birth of a child is a life-changing experience that brings moms so much joy. And as moms start to settle into their new normal, other realities start to settle in. Chrissy Teigen admits she's "super insecure" about her postpartum body in a confession that's raw and too relatable. Sadly, this celeb mom's admission ignited the most hateful comments and criticism that only proves how far we still need to go being supportive (and compassionate) of others.

  • Chrissy, who's been documenting her family's Bali vacation, took to social media to share a glimpse of her postpartum figure.

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  • She even gave folks an up-close-and-personal look at her "mom bod" and stretch marks since giving birth to her second child back in May.

    "I guess these just aren't going to go away," Chrissy Teigen admits in her video. "This is my new body." In addition to their 11-week-old son, Miles, Chrissy and John also have a 2-year-old daughter named Luna.

  • Chrissy doesn't begrudge anyone who has a "killer body" but admits she's still "super insecure" about hers.

    "I don't really call this 'body confidence' because I'm not quite there yet," the celeb model and mom of two wrote in a followup tweet about her body. "I'm still super insecure. I'm just happy that I can make anyone else out there feel better about themselves!"

  • She might be a "celeb mom," but Chrissy's confession is spot-on -- and something many fellow moms experience.

  • But some people just don't seem to give a s**t.

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  • And are tired of her sharing topless photos for all to see.

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    These comments are really going there.

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  • Critics are telling Chrissy to "have some self-respect."

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  • And are calling her "pathetic."

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    Chrissy Teigen can never catch a break.

  • A "loser."

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  • And everything in between.

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  • People can be so awful.

  • Thankfully, there are still kind-hearted individuals in this world who understand why Chrissy shares these pics.

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  • She doesn't need fame or money for them (Chrissy is a paid model), but wants to remove the filters from life that give us fake ideals.

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  • And that's just another reason why we love Chrissy.

    Should you not care for her, simply move on without such negative comments.

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