Chrissy Teigen looks chipper ahead of lunch at Soho House with family

Chrissy Teigen looks chipper as she dons a bold robe for lunch at Soho House with husband John Legend and kids amid bullying scandal fallout

Chrissy Teigen has been slowly re-entering society again following a massive cyber-bullying scandal which has prompted rumors of an Oprah Winfrey sit-down.

The 35-year-old Cravings founder was spotted on Saturday in a bold patterned set as she joined husband John Legend and kids Luna and Miles for lunch at Soho House in West Hollywood.

Teigen had issued a lengthy apology following ill-willed tweets spanning over a decade that took aim at Courtney Stodden and countless others, which eventually led to the fizzling of lucrative business partnerships.

Back at it! Chrissy Teigen, 35, looks bold in a patterned set as she grabs lunch at Soho House with John Legend and their kids amid bullying scandal fallout 

Teigen sported one of her usual robe inspired sets as she got out of a Porsche SUV wearing a patterned tunic with matching pants. 

She slipped her feet into a pair of gold Manolo Blahniks and styled her hair in a braided updo with soft tendrils by her face. 

The social media personality flashed a smile as she retrieved two separate backpacks full of stuff for their kids before entering into the members-only club.  

The whole family opted for very colorful ensembles as John wore a green Hawaiian-style shirt with pink flowers with white jeans. 

Couch couture: Teigen sported one of her usual robe inspired sets as she got out of a Porsche SUV wearing a patterned tunic with matching pants 

Doting dad: The EGOT winner was seen cradling daughter Luna, five, who looked angelic in a floral dress

Colorful family: The family seemed to take pages from each other’s books as they all donned very colorful ensembles

The singer carried Luna, five, who wore a whimsical floral dress while Miles, three, was seen clinging onto Teigen in a yellow button down and jeans with bright yellow sneakers.  

Despite looking in good spirits, Chrissy has had anything but an easy year. September began with a heartbreaking miscarriage which promoted intense grief counseling and even a bout with sobriety. 

And last month she found herself embroiled in a massive cyber-bullying scandal after resurfaced tweets spanning over a decade landed her in hot water. 

She had told non-binary former teen bride Courtney Stodden to ‘kill themselves’ and called Teen Mom Farrah Abraham a ‘wh**e,’ and additionally insinuated that Lindsay Lohan slit her wrists. 

Mom duty: The Cravings founder was seen retrieving a green backpack full of kids stuff

Supportive: Amid the cyberbullying backlash and fizzled partnerships she called John her ‘everything’ for helping her get through the ups and downs

The Chrissy’s Court star also called actress Quvenzhané Wallis ‘cocky’ when she was just nine, prompting more outrage. 

Amid the scandal which had many calling for her to be cancelled while demanding public and private apologies to those she had wrong, she took to twitter.

‘Not a lot of people are lucky enough to be held accountable for all their past bulls**t in front of the entire world. I’m mortified and sad at who I used to be,’ she said in an excerpt as she called herself and ‘insecure attention seeking troll.’ 

At that point she quietly slipped away from social media — later saying that she had had a ‘VERY humbling few weeks,’ in a lengthy formal statement issued via Medium on June 14.  

Members-only: The famous family was seen making their way into the members-only club 

Raising her right: ‘Every day, I try to make sure she’s all the best parts of me, all the things I aspire to be all the time, but fail at sometimes,’ Chrissy said of Luna in her lengthy mea culpa on Medium

‘I’ve apologized publicly to one person, but there are others — and more than just a few — who I need to say I’m sorry to. I’m in the process of privately reaching out to the people I insulted,’ she wrote. 

‘Words have consequences and there are real people behind the Twitter handles I went after. I wasn’t just attacking some random avatar, but hurting young women — some who were still girls — who had feelings. How could I not stop and think of that?,’ another excerpt read. 

Prior to her apology her Cravings line of cookware had been dropped from Target though it was reported they had come to an agreement in December before the twitter fiasco.  

Later Macy’s had dropped her line as well and it was also said that a huge deal with Bloomingdale’s fell through. 

She stepped away from she and Kris Jenner’s Safely cleaning products venture as well, and the brand issued a statement that said she needed ‘to focus on herself and be with her family,’ additionally. 

Bad for business: Her line of Cravings cookware was dropped from Target and Macy’s and it was said that a deal with Bloomingdale’s had additionally fallen through amid the scandal; pictured May 8

Speaking out: After slipping away following her twitter apology she penned a statement with Medium where she asked for ‘patience and tolerance’

On Father’s Day she championed Legend for being her ‘everything,’ amidst it all, adding that she was ‘fresh out’ of tears. 

After her statement she found herself at the mercy of more bullying accusations after a Project Runway designer named Michael Costello wrote on social media that she had bullied him as well in 2014.

He accused Teigen of perpetuating a false narrative that he was ‘racist,’ saying that a comment she wrote caused him to be ‘blacklisted’ from the fashion world. She did fess up to the comment but said she deleted it after she realized that narrative wasn’t true. 

Costello shared screen grabs of purported exchanges they had after the comment, where Chrissy allegedly told him: ‘racist people like you deserve to suffer and die. You might as well be dead your career is over just watch.’ 

Design wars: Costello said that he had been pushed to the edge and had suicidal thoughts after Teigen’s comment and DMs had wished death upon him and his career; pictured 2019

Owning up: Amid his accusations she did fess up to writing the comment (pictured above) but said she deleted it after she realized the ‘racist’ narrative at the time was false 

Fabricated: Her camp  called the 2014 conversations ‘fabricated,’ citing misspellings of her social media handle at the time, as well as certain Instagram features like the video call feature that did not exist until years later

On the record: ‘No idea what the f**k Michael Costello is doing,’ she wrote on Twitter with a statement that detailed that the exchanges were ‘fabricated’

Cordial: On her end she posted DMs between them to display their cordial relationship in recent years where he was seen asking her if she was going to the Grammys and marveling at her cookin

Her camp however — as well as countless others — called the conversations ‘fabricated,’ with many citing misspellings of her social media handle at the time, as well as certain Instagram features that did not exist on the platform until years later.

She also shared grabs to Twitter of their DMs to display they had nothing but a ‘cordial relationship’ since that time. DMs as recent as 2019 asked if she was ‘going to the Grammys,’ whereas in other he marveled at her cooking and said she looked beautiful.

Amid the seeming constant push pull of the bullying scandal there has been chatter about a Meghan Markle type sit down with Oprah, but she remained mum on the matter when asked by TMZ in June 21 video.  

Her once victim Stodden on the other hand said that she would be open to joining that sit down if it were to happen. ‘Oprah has a really big platform and if it were to help save lives by me sharing my story, I would consider it,’ she said. 

Mending ties? Her once victim Stodden on the other hand said that she would be open to joining Chrissy’s Oprah sit-down if it were to happen: ‘Oprah has a really big platform and if it were to help save lives by me sharing my story, I would consider it,’; pictured February 2020

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