Chrissy Teigen had her breast implants removed, a new report from Page Six revealed. The cookbook author took to her social media on Thursday to reveal that she had her breast augmentation surgery reversed.
According to Teigen, after doctors finished the procedure, she woke up to find her 4-year-old daughter writing sweet notes for her. One letter read, “bye boobies,” in all capital letters. It also had a mermaid sticker on the note.
This is not news to fans of Teigen, who said back in May of this year that she would be getting her implants removed. At the time, Chrissy was getting a nasal swab to ensure she didn’t have the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19.
Teigen said on her account that many people would obviously be curious about her procedures, so she decided to let everyone know that the rumors were true. She chose to have her breast implants that way she could lay down in comfort and be able to “zip a dress in my size.”
surgery went great! the note I woke up to is the absolute best part pic.twitter.com/SlKL44bB5U
— chrissy teigen (@chrissyteigen) June 11, 2020
Teigen joked that her fans shouldn’t worry about her, because everything is going to be fine. She then went on to say that all boobs are is a “miraculous bag of fat.”
Chrissy has been in the media for other reasons lately, as fans of hers know. Alison Roman, her fellow culinary artist, took Teigen to task during an interview in which she accused the Sports Illustrated alum of “selling out.”
When Chrissy got wind of the comments, she said on Twitter that she was “hurt” by what Roman had to say. Alison later apologized for it but her column was dropped by the New York Times.
The supermodel later addressed the controversy and claimed she had nothing to do with the removal of her column. In fact, Chrissy urged the publication to reinstate it.
It was too late, however, and the outlet continued with their decision. Around that time, Teigen claimed some social media users were blaming her for Roman’s career loss.