Chrissy Teigen seems to have it all - she's a supermodel, married to a famous musician, John Legend, and mother to an adorable baby girl, Luna. However, people tend to forget that even though she's a celebrity, she's also human that can feel insecure and uncertain when it comes to her current body.

According to Toronto Sun, the 31-year old model admitted that there are moments when she feels jealous of the bodies of other women she sees on social media. In fact, John Legend is the first person who she vents out to. The said insecurities arise whenever she compares her body to those women seen on Instagram.

In this current world of digital technology, it's hard to differentiate the real from the artificial, with all the beauty editing apps and filters out in the open. Of course, Chrissy Teigen acknowledges that the bodies of the women she sees on Instagram might have been digitally retouched or Photoshopped, but that doesn't make her feel any less insecure.

Feeling insanely inadequate

According to Toronto Sun, Teigen is aware that most of the photos seen on Instagram have been retouched digitally and there have been instances where she tried to edit her photos as well. However, she admitted that she ended up feeling insanely inadequate when she tried to edit her photos.

Because of that, Chrissy Teigen has refrained from using those photo editing apps, standing her ground to be as authentic on social media as she is in real life.

She also expressed her worries about her little girl growing up in a world that's eerily obsessed with good looks. This is not the first time that Chrissy Teigen became a very relatable celebrity. She has been regularly giving her fans a quick laugh or giggle with her relatable posts both on Twitter and Instagram.

Of curves and a tiny waist

Chrissy Teigen recently attended Beautycon Festival and was tagged as one of the speakers. During her speech, she emphasized the fact that it is important to know one's body and accept it for what it is. She admitted that every time she sees women with amazing curves and a small waist, she couldn't help but feel insecure and jealous knowing that that's not her body.

She elaborated her stand on body image by sharing that she doesn't post a lot of makeup selfies on her social media accounts because she thinks that no one knows what a real, natural face looks like anymore. Instead, social media is full of perfectly-made up faces and bodies that seem too good to be true. Currently, Chrissy Teigen's Instagram is comprised mostly of family photos and unretouched selfies.