Chrissy Teigen is a model, TV personality and author. Along with co-host LL Cool J, Chrissy is raising the roof as the “color commentator” on Lip Sync Battle.

Growing up, she never thought that she would become a model since she always imagined that she would someday be a teacher or do something related to food.

Still, at the age of 18, Teigen was discovered by a photographer at the surf shop she was working for. In 2010, she had her career breakthrough as “Rookie of the Year” in Sports Illustrated’s famous swimsuit issue.

It’s not every day that you stumble upon a model that takes pride in eating anything and actually has a food blog where she shares her culinary adventures. But apparently there’s nothing Chrissy can’t do — she managed to combine her two passions and it all worked out great for her.

In 2013, Chrissy married musician John Legend with whom she shares a beautiful relationship and two children.

With an incredible wit and sense of humor that gained her the admiration of millions on social media, Chrissy is a daily inspiration for her fans.

Here are 20 Chrissy Teigen quotes that show how funny and real she is:

No election is ever just about one issue, but I care a lot about women’s rights and making sure parents have what they need to raise healthy kids. 

I regret things all the time. I’ve never regretted not saying something. I’ve only regretted saying something.

How is John taking off my jewelry “relationship goals” like your f****** boyfriend won’t take your necklace off jfc leave him

Men are very tough, very critical of me. I think they expect you to basically just be a picture. They don’t want to hear you speak.

I am not one to adhere to silly clothing rules. I love mixing metals, wearing a brown bag with black shoes. Whatever.

My tolerance for tears is very little when you’re beautiful and crying over nothing.

I’ve always enjoyed things a little more chaotic than most people would prefer. I feel that I run well in chaos.

I’m the farthest thing from a foodie or a food snob. Those people terrify me.

There are people out there who are struggling and I’m struggling, and it’s okay to come to terms with that being okay, to realize that it’s gonna be a bit of a journey.

I think anyone who follows me knows how I react. It’s not always poetic and perfect but neither am I.

I always have a note in my pocket that says ‘John did it’ just in case I’m murdered because I don’t want him to remarry.

Trying to think of someone more lazy than me but only coming up with the inanimate objects currently surrounding me.

You just realize you’ll never make everyone happy… I’m learning to let things roll off my back a bit easier. 

I act much younger than I am.

Working out, to me, has never been about losing weight, it’s always been a mood thing, and it always, always helps my mood.

I tweet from bed. I love it because it’s so quick. And it’s funny. But it also leaves a lot of room for error because new people don’t sense the sarcasm – there’s no sarcasm font.

A supermodel is kind of that first-name recognition, but I’m not quite ready for that super part yet, and I’m afraid that by the time I am, I’m going to be too old anyway.

I just love the fact that women love me, and it makes me love them so much back.

It does seem all silly now. Like, anything that you got frustrated over about before, nothing really matters anymore. And I think you just let things go a little more.

Sometimes I think pieces of clothing can be unflattering. I actually am better in less clothing. It’s both a blessing and a curse.