Posting a naked photo of yourself online with only a pair of salad bowl emojis to cover your breasts. Let's face it, we've all been there.
Well, maybe not, but Chrissy Teigen certainly has.
The model posted the raunchy shot to her Instagram account, showing her prparing a healthy snack in the buff, alongside the caption: "Plz don't shame me I am a strong proud salad making woman just being natural and trying to live my life."
Chrissy, who is pregnant with her second child to singer John Legend, shared the snap with her followers and while most thought it was hilarious there were others who called it 'unhygienic' and asked how her husband was 'ok' with it.
One user said: "Hangin with Kim K too much! You two have children who do not need to be put in position of 'explaining' you."
Another appeared to tag their partner in the comments, before sarcastically adding: "If we ever have a daughter please make sure when she grows up she gets her tits out on camera and posts it online, this is so inspiring."
Despite her apparent willingness to experiment in the kitchen, Chrissy is actually a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to cuisine.
Speaking to Harpers Bazaar, she said: "I've never been into food trends-I always catch on last because I love classics. 'Trend' means it's going to come and go, and I want things to last forever.
Everybody knows Teigen as the queen of Insta, but her social media habits sometimes used to get her into trouble.
"It wasn't really an accepted thing within my modelling and TV career early on," she told Harpers Bazaar.
"I would get in trouble, lots of phone calls from agents saying 'Why did you tweet this? Now we're in trouble with such-and-such a contract because you were too outspoken'.
"I got so much feedback that I needed to watch my mouth if I wanted to work with certain people. And I remember sobbing so much because it was just the worst feeling, letting people down.
"I definitely lost work because people would shy away from being associated [with me], and I totally get it, too-they have to appeal to everybody."