Chrissy Teigen Hilariously Trolled John Legend With an Adorable Video of Miles

The Teigen-Legends aren't afraid to poke fun at each other.

  • Chrissy Teigen trolled husband John Legend on Instagram Sunday.
  • Teigen shared an adorable video of son Miles giggling as he dresses up in sunglasses and a baseball cap.
  • She captioned the post, "my guy is becoming funny despite john genes thank god."

If you're not aware of just how much Chrissy Teigen likes to poke fun at husband John Legend, allow me to direct you to a recent iconic tweet in which she references the moment La La Land, in which Legend starred, was mistakenly awarded the best actor Oscar over actual winner Moonlight. "laughing about when john thought he won the Oscar for best picture lmao," Teigen tweeted, before retweeting a photo of Legend's stunned expression when the mistake was revealed. Brutal! And hilarious! 

With the scene set, let's move onto Teigen's latest foray into trolling her husband, which is equally hilarious and also very cute. Teigen shared a video of son Miles giggling as he puts on sunglasses and a hat—but it's the caption you should pay attention to. "my guy is becoming funny despite john genes thank god," Teigen wrote.

In the sweet clip, Miles puts on an adorably oversized pair of Quay sunglasses, before collapsing into giggles at the result. "Are you Daddy or Uncle Bumper?" Teigen asks, to which he replies, "Uncle Bumper." He finishes the look with a Nike baseball cap—also very much adult sized, and therefore very much too large—before giggling again.

In other Teigen news: The supermodel and chef just realized her purple hair dreams, debuting a long lavender wig in an Instagram post Sunday. Teigen was inspired by a hair color Instagram filter, posting her hair goals earlier this month with the caption, "well I absolutely have to do this when I get home." And she achieved the goal with a lace wig, installed by celebrity stylist Jayy HairStyles. Observe her gorgeous transformation below:

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