Chrissy Teigen is celebrating a milestone in her sobriety journey.
The model celebrated 10 weeks of soberness on Sunday.
The 35-year-old shared a screenshot of her progress on social media. The photo taken from her tracking app reads: “My sober streak is 70 days.”
“10 weeks woopwoop!!!!” she captioned her post.
Teigen's comment section lit up with supportive message from fellow celebrities and fans, many urging her to continue taking it “one day at a time.”
Kim Zolciak-Biermann commented with heart-eye emojis, while Kyle Richards sent a series of clapping hands emojis.
Actor Jonathan Sadowski added: “Attagirl!’
The post also served as inspiration for others to share the progress on their sobriety journey.
“Congrats!!! 👏👏👏 810 days here and I’d say that first 90 was probably the toughest. You got this 💪🏻” one fan noted.
Teigen continues her “longest streak yet,” which she previously celebrated at the 50 day mark earlier this month.
At the time, the “Cravings” cookbook author shared a video on Instagram with her children, Luna and Miles.
In the caption, she noted that it was her “50 day sobriety streak,” adding, “it should be nearly a year but I had a few (wine) hiccups in the road.”
Though she admitted that she is unsure if she will “never drink again,” Teigen said that she is certain that alcohol no longer serves her in any way.
“I don’t get more fun, I don’t dance, I don’t get relaxed,” she explained in the caption. “I get sick, fall asleep and wake up sick, having missed what was probably a fun night.”
Teigen also shared that she had her fun with it ad appreciates “anyone that can enjoy [alcohol] responsibly.”
She first announced that she would abstain from alcohol in late December after losing her unborn son, Jack.
In February, she opened up to Ellen DeGeneres noting, "in a way, he really saved me, because I don't think that I would've discovered therapy and then sobriety and then this path of kind of just really feeling good about myself and feeling like a new person.”
Despite the progress she’s made, Teigen admitted that she hates “the word sober by the way, it’s so rehab/medical.”