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Chrissy Teigen’s Disneyland photo fail

The model didn’t quite realise the effect Splash Mountain might have on her post-baby body…

By Elizabeth Best
When Chrissy Teigen took the plunge to get on a famous ride at Disneyland, she didn’t quite account for the gravity of the situation.
When most people ride Splash Mountain at the iconic theme park, they raise their hands in the air as their carriage teeters over the edge before dropping down into the water.
Not Chrissy.
The new mum, sitting behind husband John Legend, grabbed her boobs and yelled instead!
“MY MILK!” the new mum jokingly captioned the photo, which she posted to social media.
Looks like the pressure was too much for Chrissy!
Her husband John sat in the front of the carriage, totally oblivious to his wife’s hilarious fail.
She also posted several other photos, including one of her in front of a Churros stand, preparing to devour one of the sugary treats, accompanied by the caption, “Best ride in Disney!”
The couple are devoted to their little daughter Luna.
Meanwhile, Chrissy also took to social media to post an adorable photo of baby Luna to wish the 37-year-old father of her child a happy Father’s Day for the US celebration of the holiday.
“Happy Father's Day to the most perfect man Luna and I could ever ask for,” the 30-year-old wrote.
This adorable photo of Luna accompanied Chrissy's heartfelt Father's Day message.
“Since the day she was born, you've done every bottle with me, woken up with me to keep me company through every night.
“You don't mind diapers, get all the best burps, and read her Goodnight Moon like poetry,” she said, of Luna's favourite book.
Watch Chrissy get candid on motherhood. Post continues...
The model continued to gush about her helpful husband: “It makes me so happy to see so much of you in her smile and eyes that completely glow when looking at you.
“She will never look at anyone - anyone - the way she looks at you.”
Aw, you guys!

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