The model and cookbook author revealed the stunning news on Instagram, where she shared a sweet picture of the two of them and gave details of her death.
“Our beautiful little Pippa just died in my arms, not long ago. she was 10, I remember picking her up in Gainesville and documenting our trip home. She was a sassy broad – loved her pearl necklace and never took shit from ANY new dog we brought in,” Chrissy began.
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She continued, “Our road dog with Sade, a tour dog for years. we loved her so much. We love you, sweet girl. I know you’re giving puddy hell up there. Thank you for giving us your whole life.”
Chrissy’s husband, John Legend, posted his own message about the passing of the family pet, saying, “We’re going to miss our little Pippa. This pic is of her living her best life: on the road with her dad, wearing pearls. We got her near Gainesville FL so I gave her my best impression of a southern accent whenever I spoke for her. She was smart, fancy, and didn’t take any s–t. She gave us so much joy for 10 years.” Adding, “We love you Pippa!”
Friends and fans flooded Teigen’s social media to show support, with one person writing, “I am so sorry, Chrissy. Big love to you and your family.” Another added, “I’m so sorry Chrissy! She was the cutest! Sending you a big hug!
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“Oh my goodness, Chrissy. You have had an excruciating year. Any one of the tragedies and turmoils you have been through these past 12 months could knock a person out. Stay the course – lean on the ones you love most. Next year will be better for you and your family,” another said.
As we reported, Chrissy has had a rough year, including tragically losing her child and dealing with an onslaught of hate online after being called out for attacking Courtney Stodden.
The reality star blasted Teigen this week, saying she is now “playing the victim” when, in fact, she is the aggressor and a bully. Stodden is adamant she is “done with the games” and doesn’t want to listen to Chrissy feeling like she’s unfairly being canceled or victimized after being called out.
As we reported, comedian Jason Biggs apologized for a similar personal attack on Courtney Stodden, saying he is living a “clean and sober” life and wants to take responsibility for his actions. The ‘American Pie’ actor says the original tweets about Stodden were meant as jokes but realizes now they are “not funny at all.”