“What is this?” Teigen excitedly asked while Luna stared at the camera.
Teigen’s mom, Vilailuck Teigen, also made a cameo in the video, playing with the family’s English bulldog, Puddy.
The Sports Illustrated model first opened up about her postpartum struggles in an essay for Glamour magazine on Monday, writing, “I didn't think it could happen to me. I have a great life. I have all the help I could need, but postpartum does not discriminate."
Teigen also took to Instagram to thank her fans for their support, writing, “One of the most amazing things about social media is the ability to interact candidly with friends and fans and it felt so weird knowing what I was going through but not really feeling like it was the right place to speak on it. I've always felt genuinely close to all of you and I'm insanely relieved you now know something that has been such a huge part of me for so long.”
But one thing that Teigen wants to ensure doesn’t change is how others treat her after her recent admission.