In the post, Teigen further reflected on her recent miscarriage, and said that she still thinks of what might have been.
Chrissy Teigen took aim at a Meghan Markle troll before deleting her comment and admitting: 'Sorry forgot I'm trying to be nicer lol.'
The "All Of You" singer posted a video of his version of the classic Ray Charles song to celebrate Joe Biden taking the lead as the count continues in the traditionally red state.
Famous entertainers were dealing with the anxious election saga like most of the country; some with hilarious posts.
Several celebrities on Twitter had fun at the Florida Senator's expense after he posted a GIF of a blue wave, in reference to his home state.
"Thank you, @chrissyteigen, for your bravery and grace in starting a hard conversation to help other families heal alongside yours," Clinton wrote on Twitter.
She expressed gratitude for all the support she's received both from those she's close with and strangers, following her miscarriage.
"We are shocked and in the kind of deep pain you only hear about, the kind of pain we've never felt before," the couple said in a shared statement.
The television personality and wife of singer John Legend, 34, was admitted to hospital in Los Angeles after suffering heavy bleeding during her pregnancy.
Bryce Latimer still wore his school uniform to his first day of school in his awesome home classroom that looks just like a real first-grade class.
The actress revealed that she was stopping IVF treatment. A number of celebrities have also used IVF treatment to help aid them in getting pregnant.
"What is this third baby s***," Teigen joked on social media as she cradled her bump. "What the... Oh my god."
The model and television personality continues to be intensely trolled on social media as she and her husband John Legend have been targeted in a bizarre conspiracy about her involvement with Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.
Following Goya CEO Bob Unanue's public comments supporting Trump, a number of celebrities have called for a boycott on the company's products.
Teigen, 34, said she decided to make a $200,000 donation after President Donald Trump declared Saturday night was "MAGA night" at the White House.
The women have seemingly patched things up.
"My comments were rooted in my own insecurity," Roman said.
The social media personality locked her Twitter account on May 10 after receiving backlash for the drama surrounding her and Alison Roman.
Jameela Jamil also came to Teigen and Kondo's defense, calling Roman "distasteful" and "cliche" for criticizing women of color for being successful in business.
John Legend trended on Twitter as he was named People Magazine's #SexiestManAlive, but not everyone was in agreement with the decision.
A young child's display of altruism last night has gone viral, with multiple celebrities expressing their admiration.
Model Chrissy Teigen railed against the far-right conspiracy theory group QAnon, ridiculing countless forums and posts connecting her and husband John Legend to Jeffrey Epstein.
The ACE Family may be known for their mansion, but in the latest video, they decided to try out work in the service sector, drawing mockery on social media for play-acting as working class.
David Letterman, Paul Rudd, Jon Hamm and more go between two ferns for interviews with Zach Galifianakis in the new Netflix Original.
"My heart stopped," Teigen told Ellen DeGeneres about the moment President Trump attacked her on Twitter Sunday night.
The singer shared an image of the first lady and Canadian PM looking intimate in response to Trump's Twitter tirade.
Model and presenter tried to get her own phrase trending on Twitter after attack by president.
"I need my Renner."