Chrissy Teigen Says She Had A Vag***hole After Giving Birth
Chrissy Teigen has explained the pain she had to go through when giving birth to her daughter.
Responding to a tweet mocking the US Vice President Mike Pence after he claimed the Covid-19 test was 'invasive', the model offered her own insight into what the word invasive really means.
The 34-year-old said it left her with something called a 'vagasshole'. Yikes.
She wrote: "My vagina was ripped to my a**hole giving birth to Luna. I had a vaga**hole. f*** your swab pain."
Adding: "They had to put a garbage bag at the end of the bed to collect my blood before stitching me up, where I then had to pee using a water bottle as a pain fountain for 3 months. so yeah. the swab, I bet it's super rough."
Chrissy was responding to a separate tweet from another mother who also took exception to the country's administration complaining about the discomfort caused by the swap test.
The original post read: "Our s***prez is bitching about how invasive the Covid test is and excuse me, I've had multiple hands shoved up my vagina to try to pull out a a single damn baby - and you are b****ing about a swab up your f***ing nose that could save millions of lives F*** YOUUUUU."
Speaking at a press briefing yesterday (22 March), Mr Pence said he and his wife were not huge fans of the test.
He said: "It's very quick but it goes a fair amount up into your sinuses and it's not comfortable. And that's the reason it probably is a good opportunity to say again to any American looking on, if you don't have symptoms, you don't need to test.
"For me and Mrs Pence, it was kind of a pinch, it was kind of invasive, but we were grateful for the support."
The comments come as the global effort increases to try and find a solution to the coronavirus pandemic.
Yesterday, the UK government has told 1.5 million 'high risk' people to stay at home for at least 12 weeks, urging people to take official advice 'seriously' to help save lives. The individuals the government is asking to stay inside will be informed by letter or text message in the coming week.
People who can't get out to get food and other essential supplies will have parcels delivered to their doorsteps, as the government works with the military on a regional distribution network that will take over pubs and other community hubs.
Boris Johnson has also stressed the importance of social distancing in a bid to protect the nation from the spread of coronavirus, saying in his daily briefing: "Take this advice seriously. Follow it because it's absolutely crucial."
He added: "We have to slow the spread of the disease."
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