Chrissy Teigen has said she’s "fresh out of tears" on Father’s Day after the trolling drama.
Over the weekend, she paid a gushing tribute to her husband John Legend.
The American model, 34, who shares two gorgeous children with the All Of Me hitmaker, took to Instagram on Sunday to shower her hubby with endless compliments as she labelled him as the "best dad in the world".
The model turned TV star also suggested that she’s been feeling down in the dumps amid the controversial bullying scandal which she has been caught up in in recent months.
Chrissy suggested that she was all cried after the testing time but admitted that she "had no words" to describe how wonderful her husband is.
“There are no words. Only tears that I am fresh out of. To our everything, we love you forever,” the star wrote alongside a gorgeous snap of John with their two children, Luna and Miles.
The sweet post comes as Chrissy has been fighting off accusation after accusation of bullying from stars including Courtney Stodden, Michael Costello and Farrah Abraham.
Last week, Chrissy broke her month-long silence on social media to admit that she is "ashamed" over vile tweets she sent to Courtney Stodden when they were just a teenager.
Chrissy also admitted that she has been "sobbing" through private apologies to others she has hurt over the years.
She also claimed that she is "no longer the person who wrote those horrible things" and that she "got therapy".
This comes after Chrissy was blasted last month after it was revealed that she had told the American reality star Courtney to kill themselves on Twitter in 2011.
Chrissy had sent Courtney, who now identifies as non-binary, a string of abusive messages when they were still a teenager.
They included telling them to die, to take their own life and to "go to sleep forever".
Courtney, who is now 26, was just 16 years old at the time.
Chrissy first responded to the reports in a string of tweets on May 12 in which she apologised for her behaviour and claimed that she had tried to connect with Courtney privately – something which they have denied.
In the post, Chrissy wrote that it had been "a very humbling few weeks" in which "not a single moment has passed where [she hasn't] felt the crushing weight of regret for the things [she's] said in the past".
"I was a troll, full stop. And I am so sorry,” she penned.