The media has broken her social media silence in the past 24 hours after a bullying scandel.
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After some time away from social media amid a bullying scandal, Chrissy Teigen has posted to Instagram for the second time in 24 hours – unveiling a new tattoo, drawn by her daughter Luna.
Sharing the black and white image of her new ink, the mum-of-two explained the meaning behind her new butterfly ink in a reflective update.
She wrote: "Luna drew this butterfly on me today and it seemed fitting to make permanent. I wanted @winterstone to move and center it, due to issues I also discuss in therapy, but in the end we decided to leave it right where she belonged.
"A little imperfect, a little messy, but hell she’s here to stay. Lol."
The star, who was slammed earlier this year after historic mean tweets about celebrities like Lindsay Lohan and Courtney Stodden came to light, also spoke about the joy of being a parent in the lengthy caption.
The model's latest ink is thanks to her daughter Luna's drawing
"Today our beautiful little pod celebrated their preschool graduation. I sobbed from beginning to end, breaking for laughter only when john’s much-anticipated-by-him commencement speech welcomed them to the workforce and listed the 5 p’s as pizza, peanut butter, petey, penny and parents," she wrote.
"I sobbed because my god, what a year. But also, man. they’re SO young. Their eyes are gonna see so much. They’re going to experience pain, hurt, loss. But also love, success, unimaginable bonds with friends. Then I thought about what I’ve learned just in the past few months and I feel a wealth of gratitude for life alone and those unimaginable bonds. to the people that never let up with the texts, to my diamond painters, the ones who wanted to give me space, the girls who wiped the snot, and my fucking rock of a husband, my god I love you.
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"I pray all our little pod tots collect real ones all their lives. May they forever grow and learn, and maybe a little bit messy in the process."
The star, who shares two children with husband John Legend, hadn't posted to her Instagram account since May 11 after nasty tweets from the past resurfaced where the model had attacked a number of famous faces, including Courtney Stodden.
Chrissy, who was 25 at the time of posting in 2011, tweeted the then 16-year-old Courtney, urging them to take their own life.
The mum-of-two spent some time away from the internet over the past month
On Monday, the shamed star broke her social media silence to share a Medium post across all her social media accounts where she apologised to those she had hurt.
In her latest Instagram post, she continued on her quest for redemption as she finished off her caption of her new tattoo with a message to her fans and those who dislike her.
"Love you all to bits, I really do," she wrote.
"Even if you hate me, I can honestly say I do not hate you. I send you love. How annoying is that! You must be soooo annoyed!! Anyhoo, love you, love you, love you. Here’s to the messes in progress."