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Chrissy Teigen seems to have bad luck with flying and airports.

After documenting several instances of insanely long flights or flights that literally go nowhere, she gave us every travel tip in her book when she spent 16 hours at London-Heathrow Airport and decided she "lived" there.


Teigen is truly superwoman.

She documented surviving a 15-hour flight with a 2 year old, a newborn, and yet another leg of the journey to go.


She added:

"I truly love hearing other kids cry now because it means it's not my own.

"That's a better feeling than silence, honestly."

When she was pregnant, Teigen survived a nightmare "flight to nowhere" after her flight to Tokyo turned around after 4 hours to land at LAX with an unauthorized passenger.




And now, apparently, she lives AT Heathrow Airport.

Teigen decided against going to an airport hotel or to a London hotel for the layover simply because she really didn't want to go through customs again.




So, she moved in for the night.


The Airport was thrilled to have her:


But not as thrilled as Chrissy was to be there:



Teigen chronicled her time in "living" in the airport on her Instagram story. Watch below:


American model Chrissy Teigen 'lives' in Heathrow for 16 hours www.youtube.com

"We're at Heathrow we live here for 16 hours if you're passing through Heathrow shout me out. We're doing meet and greets," she jokes in the video.

She also openly offered the services of her makeup artist, Dan:

"Dan's here to do makeup for anyone here at Heathrow, he does hair, I don't do anything."

Aside from some later killer eyebrow tutorials, we also saw that she got her daughter Luna an adorable Paddington bear from a souvenir shop inside the airport.

London was thrilled to see Chrissy for her brief 16 hours.









Chrissy, wait for us! We're on our way!

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