Right after receiving a new cursive doodle tattoo on her spine, Chrissy Teigen took a break from her home 40s for a trip to the grocery store.
The 35-year-old model and television personality was seen walking in and out of a Bristol Farms on Tuesday, alongside a girlfriend, in her adopted town of Beverly Hills.
With the COVID-19 pandemic plaguing Los Angeles County in recent months, the duo have made sure to stay away from their other clients and wear protective masks over their mouths and noses.
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Grocery shopping: Chrissy Teigen, 35, came out of her home 40s with husband John Legend and went to a Beverly Hills grocery store on Tuesday
Teigen also took the opportunity to step out of her sweatpants and show off her casual yet stylish side in a rustic orange sweater over a beige mini dress.
The number was lined with sheer lace along the bottom and dropped just past mid-thigh.
As per the color scheme, the mother-of-two wore what appeared to be suede knee-high boots that only left a few inches of her legs visible.
She completed her look by having her blonde tresses dyed in a flat braid style pushed back from her face and a rhinestone face jewelry placed near her eyebrows.
Stylin ‘: The TV personality showed off her casual yet stylish side in a rustic orange sweater over a beige mini dress with brown suede knee high boots
Adding a touch of style: Teigen spiced up her look with a rhinestone face jewelry placed near her eyebrows
Ready to roll: After browsing the store, the pair appeared with a cart full of grocery bags
After browsing the store, the couple emerged with a cart full of grocery bags, which they then loaded into their parked car.
Teigen also took to her Instagram page on Tuesday to share her personal thoughts on locking out her family to her 33.7 million fans and subscribers.
“We are very bored in quarantine. We have a very closed, sacred home pod and we just create, ”she said with a contemplative look on her face that quickly turned to laughter.
It takes a village: the couple loaded the bags into their car together
Stay vigilant: Former Sports Illustrated model and her family are in strict quarantine due to the rapidly spreading coronavirus
Delicious treat: The entrepreneur and cookbook author also had a healthy green smoothie on hand when he got home.
The Utah native has also spoken to supporters about whether she and her four-year-old daughter, Luna, should start riding lessons, and she was not without hesitation.
“I’m scared because I feel like horses won’t like me,” she confessed in a video she posted on Insta-Story.
‘Right? How I feel that horses take energy and people and I think they will feel that I am nervous and that they will not like me.
Her busy day also included showing off her delicate new tattoo along her spine which read, “Ooh Laa”, inspired by one of her husband’s sultry tracks.
Teigen documented the process on his Instagram, posting an almost three-minute clip of his home shoot with beloved artist Daniel ‘Winter Stone’ Stone.
The Utah native has also reached out to supporters to find out if she and her four-year-old daughter, Luna, are starting riding lessons, and she wasn’t without hesitation.
Hesitant: “I feel the horses take energy and people and I think they will feel that I am nervous and that they will not like me,” said the worried mother while discussing the advisability of start riding lessons.
New ink: Her busy day also included showing off her delicate new tattoo along her spine that read, “Ooh Laa,” which was inspired by one of her husband’s sultry tracks.
Open book: Teigen documented the process on her Instagram, posting an almost three-minute clip of her home shoot with beloved artist Daniel ‘Winter Stone’ Stone