"An important thing I'll try and teach [Luna] is, no matter what, you will find that job, you will find that point in life where people are going to want you to be exactly the way you are and nothing else," Teigen, who serves as the show's color commentator, explained to audience members.
"I think that was a big thing for me to learn," she continues, "because in the modeling world, you go about your days pretending to be so sexy and poised and together, and it was interesting for me to learn that as you go on and meet different groups of people, and to be with these people that you love, that they appreciate you for having this personality which may be quirky or weird or odd to you."
"I think I'm excited to teach her to just be yourself and eventually it's going to pay off," she added.
Teigen definitely wasn't pretending to be sexy at the event, however. The new mama looked fabulous in an all-black ensemble consisting of a sheer crop top dress, strappy heels and box clutch.
When she's not turning heads on the red carpet, Teigen is all about embracing her quirkiness, and what she posts on her various social media accounts is a clear example of that. The outspoken star has gotten a lot of heat for some of her actions -- like that time she ate sugary cereal while still pregnant, chose the gender of her baby after undergoing in vitro fertilization or joked about having a "no hot nannies" rule -- but she never shies away from calling out her haters.
Last month, the 37-year-old "All of Me" singer took to Twitter to address users who were sending his wife negative comments following a dinner date the two went on two weeks after baby Luna's arrival. Apparently, many of them were bothered that the couple left their newborn at home.