Chrissy Teigen is seemingly annoyed with "mummy shamers". Grammy winner John Legend's wife made her Twitter account private after she was accused of holding her baby girl, Luna, incorrectly.

According to a report in Us Weekly, Teigen shared a recent photo of herself carrying Luna to a car in New York City along with her husband, and a user tweeted, "This is not how a baby is held."

The 30-year-old mother snapped at the user and wrote, "Really because that's how I'm f*****g holding her." The follower then mentioned, "I don't give a crap where that baby popped out from! Do not hold a baby like a handbag!" To which Teigen responded, "Well you hold your handbag like a f*****g idiot then."

The argument did not end there as the follower said, "Nothing grinds my tits like a person holding a baby inappropriately! I almost grew up deformed coz I dislocated my arm for 2 days as a baby!"

Teigen then took a stand to shut down the hater by explaining why she "Despise[s] mommy shamers". The model wrote, "Let me know how you hold your baby when she's about [to get] into a stroller and there are 20 camera flashes at night. Photos are literally split-second moments in time that evolve. I despise mommy shamers. I am a proud shamer of mommy shamers."

She concluded by adding, "Please, do shut up."

The new mum has been keeping her fans up-to-date about Luna's growth since announcing the little girl's arrival on 14 April via numerous social media posts.

Previously, Legend had opened up about becoming a father and co-parenting with wife Teigen in an interview with CNN. Speaking about baby Luna, he said, "Just having the product of our love right in front of us, it's a really powerful thing. I feel the responsibility that comes with that."

The Love Me Now singer explained, "We want to raise her into a great human being and hopefully, we can do that. It makes you kind of reprioritize what matters the most to you, and think about the kind of world you want to raise your daughter in."

"[There are] a lot of people that still think it's a woman's job to do the child-rearing. I think it's something we should share," he added.