Chrissy teigen proved once again that she is serious about staying sober.
The 35-year-old author of the “Cravings” cookbook took to Instagram the Sunday before she and her husband. By John Legend appearance in the Tony Awards 2021 to share some proof with her followers that she’s now 70 days sober.
Teigen simply shared a screenshot of a tracking app he’s using to keep track of his “sober streak” after announcing in December that he decided to quit drinking.
“10 weeks woopwoop !!!!” she captioned the post.
The star noticed before the New Year that there was decided to stop drinking after receiving a book from a friend about quitting alcohol in a culture that is socially obsessed with it.
“I ended up doing one … of myself in front of people (I’m still embarrassed), tired of drinking during the day and feeling like shit at 6, unable to sleep,” Teigen wrote at the time, adding, “I’ve been sober ever since.”
Unfortunately, earlier this month, the star took to Instagram to celebrate her 50 days of sobriety benchmark, noting that plans to quit alcohol entirely were hampered somewhat in 2021 by some “wine setbacks.”
“It should be almost a year, but I had a few (wine) setbacks along the way,” she shared at that time. “This is my longest streak so far! I still don’t know if I’ll never drink again, but I know it doesn’t serve me in ANY way anymore. I don’t have any more fun, I don’t dance, I don’t understand I relax. I get sick, I fall asleep and I wake up sick, having missed what was probably a fun night. “
While receiving comments from supportive friends and fans, the star spent the rest of her night sharing images of herself and Legend at the Tonys, where People The magazine reports that he was present to perform a special tribute to the musical “Ain’t Too Proud”, based on the music of The Temptations.
The outlet reports that she shared several videos from the front row of the show where she had a perfect view of not only her husband’s performance, but also the many spectacular shows and performers celebrating a particularly difficult year on Broadway, posed by the actor. coronavirus closures.