John Legend's Wife Chrissy Teigen Urges Women To Get Their Breasts Checked Regularly Even Though 'The World Is Ending'

After removing her breast implants, John Legend's wife Chrissy Teigen made use of social media to urge all women to undergo regular breast checkups for their own good.

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John Legend's Wife Chrissy Teigen Urges Women To Get Their Breasts Checked Regularly Even Though 'The World Is Ending'
Television personality, Cravings author, and John Legend's wife Chrissy Teigen is pretty active on social media. She shares about everything that matters to her and uses the platform to talk about important issues. It was not long ago that she had shared about getting the breast implants removed as she was done with it. Now, in her latest post, Chrissy had shared about getting the 'b**bs' touched regularly, meaning getting breasts checked for any form of cancer symptoms.

Chrissy took to her Instagram account to share a picture from the clinic as she got her breast checked. Of course, when it is coming from her, we can expect a quirky and humourous caption. As she shared a picture posing naked while covered in a medical gown, she wrote, "don’t forget to keep up with your paps and have your boobs touched even though the world is ending!!" She can also be seen wearing a black face mask which is mandatory in times of Coronavirus.

Soon Chrissy's fans and friends came out to appreciate her for spreading such an important message. A netizen wrote, "Thanks for spreading such an important public health message! The impact of this pandemic on cancer diagnosis and treatment is truly terrifying. Don’t forget to see your doctors if you need to!" Another one wrote, "I’m on it! Thank you for sending this message - many women out there are oblivious to how important these appointments are #thankyou." Check out her post below:







Image Source: Instagram/chrissyteigen
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