Chrissy Teigen opened up about a darker time in her life and how incorrectly she tried to make it go away. Here’s what she had to say!
The star is one of Glamour Magazine’s women of the year now!
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“When I look at the most successful people around me, I feel like they all had plans,” our 2018 Glamour Women of the Year honoree @ChrissyTeigen says. “But I never had a plan … I still don’t know my exact job title.” Chrissy may be one of the most relatable people on the internet, but she’s much more than that—she’s the unofficial voice of the FED UP generation. Meet the 2018 class of #GlamourWOTY honorees at the #linkinbio. PHOTOGRAPHS BY: @tomschirmacher STYLED BY: @micalovesthis HAIR: @gavinharwinhair MAKEUP: @patrickta
But before becoming as successful as she is today, Chrissy remembers she didn’t have a lot, and that includes huge goals!
‘When I look at the most successful people around me, I feel like they all had plans. But I never did. Never. I used to be on anti-anxiety meds because I was confused. I did not know where I was going in life. All I knew when I was younger, was that I wanted kids and a husband.’
Apparently, even after she started her modeling career, Teigen was still not hoping for a lot.
‘Maxim Hometown Hottie. That was the dream.’
In the past, Chrissy admitted that she used to feel inferior while with her now-hubby John Legend and his famous friends.
That being said, the woman confessed that back in 2009 when she attended the Time 100 gala alongside Legend, she ended up crying.
‘It was a table [consisting] of, like, Oprah, Michelle Obama, and this woman who ran an incredible charity dealing with sex trafficking in Southeast Asia. At this point, I was not anything. I remember going back to John’s dressing room and sobbing.’
It seems unbelievable considering that nowadays, Chrissy Teigen is a no-nonsense force of nature!
Her witty social media posts and big personality have definitely made her a big name in the industry more than anything else.
Chrissy mentioned that ‘I still do not know my exact job title. I have no idea what’s going to happen six months from now. I do not know anything. But maybe that is the way it works for a lot of people. And I am OK with that.’