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    An Instagram Commenter Tried To Mom-Shame Chrissy Teigen Again And She Really Wasn't Here For It

    "A woman teaching her daughter to be comfortable in her own skin rather than hiding herself away in shame is a beautiful thing," one person responded.

    Over the weekend, Chrissy Teigen jumped onto Instagram to post this cute photo of her daughter, Luna, helping her get ready for the day.

    But since this is the internet and we can't have nice things, plenty of people decided to take to the comments section to tell Teigen to "cover up" in front of her daughter.

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    One person wrote: "Do you ever wear underwear?"

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    And another commenter told Teigen to "cover up" because her daughter was "right there".

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    Of course, she's no stranger to a social media clapback, so Teigen came armed with the perfect response to shut down any negativity towards the photo.

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    But the whole thing started a debate in the comments, with many people pointing out the double standards when it comes to women showing their bodies online.

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    "Half of the people who have a problem with this photo, probably liked an Instagram model's itty bitty bikini pic," one person said.

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    Others pointed out the more positive side — that Teigen is teaching Luna to be comfortable in her own body as she gets older.

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    One commenter wrote: "A woman teaching her daughter to be comfortable in her own skin rather than hiding herself away in shame is a beautiful thing."

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    At the end of the day, though, most people could agree on one thing: This should never have been an issue in the first place.

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    And, as always, don't try to come for Chrissy Teigen.

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