Chrissy Teigen and Hayden Panettiere are the latest celebrities to become the faces for Postpartum Depression. They are sharing their struggles in hopes that it will no longer be taboo to talk about. When you think of either of these Hollywood stars, you think that they must have it all together.

You may also think that they all the help in the world when it comes to being a new mom. That isn't always the case when you're feeling significant depression shortly after giving birth. It should be a joyful time for most mothers, but unfortunately, that's not always the case.

"Sports Illustrated Swimsuit" model pens emotional essay

Chrissy Teigen opened up about her struggle with postpartum depression for the first time. She wants to stay open and honest like she is with her fans on social media. In a revealing essay published in the April issue of Glamour Magazine, the model said that she make look happy and smiling on social media and on the red carpet, but she admits that she's been struggling with her mental health.

Chrissy Teigen thought she was unhappy due to living in a hotel while her home was being renovated. But it was after she moved into their family home that she realized she still didn't feel right inside her head. Teigen recalled the time she noticed each time her body ached and when she felt different than before she gave birth.

Eventually the 31-year-old model couldn't muster up the energy to leave her house. Her husband, John Legend, was supportive during her difficult time. Once her doctor finally told her that she was suffering from postpartum depression, Teigen sought treatment.

Though she still has her bad days, she is grateful that the darkness is behind her.

Hayden Panettiere feels better after her "holistic" recovery process

Hayden Panettiere has been outspoken about her battle with postpartum depression.

She took a break from "Nashville" to recover and heal. She and her husband, Wladimir Klitschko, looked for a treatment for the mental health disorder in October 2015 after the couple welcomed her first daughter, Kaya, in December 2014.

Panettiere told Laura Spencer on "Good Morning America" that there were times when she didn't feel like herself due to postpartum depression, like Teigen. The actress has been back to work on the set of the show, now airing on CMT. Ironically, Panettiere plays the character of Juliette Barnes who is also suffering from postpartum depression from giving birth to her first child.

Like Chrissy Teigen, Hayden Panettiere never forgets to give gratitude for the support she's received after seeking treatment.

Hayden has encouraged all mothers, including those suffering from the disorder, to know that they are not alone in the battle against postpartum depression and says that seeking help doesn't mean you are weak.