Chrissy Teigen has revealed she made her nurse dress up in the most apt Halloween costume for 2020 – a medieval plague doctor.
Clearly nothing was going to stop the star going all out to celebrate, as she shared a snap of herself casually lounging on the sofa, and being tended to by a terrifying plague doctor.
It’s all a very relevant amid the coronavirus pandemic, but Chrissy appears to be loving it.
‘It’s Halloween here at the legend household. Made my nurse be a medieval plague doctor (I have a nurse for a bit yes lol),’ she wrote.
The 34-year-old went on to share a video of her nurse posing for the camera in her costume, surrounded by mountains of Halloween makeup, as she giggled in the background.
‘I can’t handle this house,’ she wrote, before sharing her own glam Halloween makeup.
Chrissy has returned to social media after she revealed that she suffered a miscarriage after expecting her third child, a son named Jack, with her husband John Legend.
After sharing photos of herself and John at the hospital and posting a statement, Chrissy took a step back from social media, and this week posted a heartbreaking essay about her experience.
The essay saw her thank fans for their support and explain why she shared the photos at the hospital after facing backlash.
Fans and friends of the star have sent love to her, including Hillary Clinton, with Chrissy saying she was ‘so honoured’ to have the Senator’s support.
Hillary shared a link to the essay on Twitter and wrote: ‘Thank you, @chrissyteigen, for your bravery and grace in starting a hard conversation to help other families heal alongside yours.’
Chrissy revealed her shock when she saw the post and immediately tweeted: ‘oh my god Hillary Clinton just tweeted my essay now I have to delete the stupid videos I just posted oh my god please dont look at them Hillary Clinton. (sic)’
The delighted model then added: ‘I’m so honored @hillaryclinton. You have dedicated your life to fighting for women’s and children’s health, so to have you share my piece about my experience means the absolute world to me. Wow. Wow.’
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