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Chrissy Teigen involved in minor car accident

Gemma Strong

Chrissy Teigen was involved in a minor car accident on Tuesday evening in Hollywood. The 31-year-old model was in the passenger seat of a car that was hit at around 7.30pm, according to E! News. She was not hurt in the crash. It's been reported that an unnamed suspect was arrested on a misdemeanour hit and run charge.

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Earlier on Tuesday, Chrissy had been in high spirits as she shared a sweet throwback photo with her fans on Instagram, remarking on the similarities between herself and Luna, her ten-month-old daughter with husband John Legend. "Tell me that doesn't look like Lu Lu," she told her followers. "But that's me. That's mama."

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Chrissy Teigen pictured with daughter Luna last month

Chrissy recently celebrated her return to Sports' Illustrated's Swimwear Issue – one of her first major photo shoots since giving birth to Luna ten months ago. "It's been a while since I've done anything swimsuit," the star said of her comeback. "I haven't shot since baby. But of course, you know that [SI Swimsuit editor] MJ [Day} and everyone at Sports Illustrated in general is going to embrace your body no matter what's happening, and embrace the changes."

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Pregnant Chrissy with husband John Legend at the 2016 Oscars

Chrissy and husband John welcomed daughter Luna Stephens in April 2016 – and they are already making plans to have a second baby. "Oh my God, a little boy is next for sure," Chrissy revealed as husband and wife attended the Screen Actors Guild Awards together just last month. The couple have been open about their struggle to conceive, and eventually turned to IVF to have their daughter. Last year, Chrissy shared their decision to have a baby girl, telling People: "Not only am I having a girl, but I picked the girl from her little embryo. I picked her and was like, 'Let's put in the girl.'"