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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s 6-month-old daughter, Luna, is arguably the No. 1 winner of Halloween this year. For proof, look no further than Teigen’s recent Instagram posts, which feature her adorable baby girl in costumes ranging from a hot dog to a tiny Minnie Mouse.
Over the weekend, Teigen blessed her followers with more photos of her little one dressed up as Little Red Riding Hood, a Pink Lady and the best one of all: a tiny hula dancer.
It was in her last post that the supermodel divulged that the costumes had been sent to her as gifts.
“Ok that is a wrap on costumes,” she captioned. “[S]ome were sent to us from very kind vendors but we are going to donate them all tonight so other families can get the same joy out of them.”
Before anyone could criticize her for receiving free stuff, Teigen addressed the issue head-on in the comments section.
“To anyone wondering why people with money get stuff, I feel you,” she stated. “But they don’t send it out of pure generosity. They send it because odds are, I’ll instagram it to 8 million people and that’s much cheaper than having a shoot and putting out an ad.” Her full response can be read below.
Free or not, how can anyone be mad (hatter) at a tiny Alice in Wonderland?
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