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Marriage is marriage but business is business, and neither the two shall cross.


Chrissy Teigen, who is famous for trolling her/songwriter husband John Legend, was at it again, this time on their 5th wedding anniversary.

On Instagram she wrote:

12 years ago today, I met the man of my dreams. And 5 years ago today, we got married. We have two babies and some pups and a life I am grateful to have. My everything, I love you and am so proud of the story we've created.


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Then things took a turn when Teigen added:

But you are an asshole for releasing your @nbcthevoice news on my target launch day for real.


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To be fair, Teigen did have some big news of her own...


... that was completely overshadowed by her husband.



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Legend did try to make good on the gaffe when he posted.

What can I say on a day like today? I could talk about the 12 beautiful years I've known you. I could talk about the 5 years of wedded bliss, the 2 wonderful children we've brought into this world. But I feel the urge to say something far more important. I LOVE your new kitchenware line at @Target. I can't wait for it to come out on September 30th. I'm so proud of everything you've done in your career and how much joy you bring to people's lives. Did I mention that your Cravings Cookbook is coming out Tuesday? Because it's coming out Tuesday. I love you, baby.



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Looks like Legend wasn't the only one trying to take Teigen's shine.

Twitter followers had Teigen's back.





With the birth of a new baby, Legend as a coach on The Voice and entering the elusive EGOT club, Teigan's joint venture with Target and a new cookbook, and five years of marriage, we're going to go out on a limb and say this couple is doing just fine.

H/T: Cosmopolitan, People

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