PREGNANT Chrissy Teigen nearly spilled out of her dress as she climbed out of a car in LA today.
The busty mode, 32, looked typically radiant as she stepped out in the plunging grey number, which she wore with a crushed velvet cardigan and furry sliders.
The mother-of-one styled her hair in a ponytail and smiled as she arrived on the set of a TV advert.
She was joined by her 21-month-old daughter Luna, who she cradled in her arms beside her trailer.
Yesterday Chrissy went topless to make a salad for a naughty Instagram post.
The Sports Illustrated model , who is currently expecting her second child with husband John Legend, had her followers in hysterics as she shared the picture – using salad emojis to protect her modesty.
She amusingly captioned it: "Plz don’t shame me I am a strong proud salad making woman just being natural and trying to live my life."
In the shot she can be seen showing off her growing bump, while making the final touches to a large bowl of salad.
Her fans couldn’t get enough of her down-to-earth and tongue-in-cheek nature, and took to Instagram to comment on it.
One person told her: “Ur like the only celebrity that doesnt make me hate them ily (sic).”
While another wrote: “Lol I wish she would adopt and/or employ me.”
And someone else: “More women need to be like you.”
Meanwhile Chrissy recently revealed she bowed down to Beyoncé at the Grammys.
The beauty was thrilled when she bumped into the pop superstar at the music event last week and was so in awe of the Single Ladies singer that she knelt in front of her and called her a "queen".
Speaking on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Chrissy confessed: "There’s nobody like seeing Beyoncé in person. It’s just so incredible. The aura that comes around her. I mean, she just emits this aura that’s spectacular …
“A sober Grammys is a different type of Grammys for me … On our way out, I was like, 'We have to say something, right?' And I took both her hands – I don’t do this for anybody, it was very weird – and John’s like, 'What the hell are you doing?'
“And I took her hands and I got down on my knees and I was like, 'Sorry to bother you, My Queen.' Like, who says that?! It was like, m’lady. Like, what do you even – who am I?"