Chrissy Teigen is proving she is the internet's most relatable woman, even when she's flaunting her Sport Illustrated modelling skills in a sexy topless snap.
The mum and former bikini model had fans in stitches when she uploaded a should-have-been glam topless snap decked out in gold jewellery, full makeup-wearing nothing but high heels and high-waisted black underwear.
What quickly derailed the saucy snap, however, was another accessory – her son Miles who crashed the photo, hanging onto his mum's legs as she struggled to cover her chest while laughing.
"Please move, mommy is trying to be thirsty," the US star captioned the side-splitting snap.
Miles, clad in a set of Lightning McQueen pyjamas, had a cheeky grin and what looked like little intention of shifting so his mum could get her thirst trap done and dusted.
Fans of Chrissy were tickled pink by the very unrelatable-relatable parenting meets modelling moment, and hilarious comments quickly flooded in.
"THE HOT MOM STRUGGLE IS REAL," one fan wrote.
"Miles!" another wrote. "Let your mama LIVE."
"Ha ha. Only a mom knows this level of lack of privacy!" another wrote.
Over one million people liked the photos, and though some pushed back against the photo, calling it inappropriate, most could only see the humour.
Chrissy has made a serious name for herself online thanks to her always-candid depiction of her life.
Last year the mum had her breast implants removed and kept fans, ahem, abreast of the proceedings by uploading regular snaps and topless selfies showing off her implant-free life after the surgery.
Last year she also took things to a very personal place when she shared the tragic loss of her third child on Twitter in October, following several days in hospital battling to maintain the pregnancy.
In a series of shattering tweets, Chrissy who was about halfway through her pregnancy shared her pain at leaving the hospital empty-handed and other heartbreaking details.
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