Chrissy Teigen is loving her liquor-less life.
Late last year, the Sports Illustrated model announced that she decided to quit drinking after her 35th birthday. She has continued to follow through on that pledge, and recently refrained from imbibing while in Italy (something she admits that was a new experience for her).
Over the weekend, Chrissy headed overseas to attend UNICEF's summer gala in Capri, Italy, with her husband, John Legend. On Instagram, she detailed the couple's intense path to Capri, noting all the airplane, car and boat rides they took.
"We haven't done something like this for soooo long, it made us feel young again!," she joked.
After, Chrissy thanked the clothing designers who helped dress her for "making feel so pretty and helping me along in my quest to have my first sober Italian getaway."
"I hate the word sober by the way, it's so rehab/medical," she continued. "Anyhow honestly it was so so trippy being sober at something you typically would have been wasted at. That paired with all the crazy hot young models and club dudes and seeing your young self over and over, oh man it was crazy."
She added, "We had so much fun. I didn't do anything I'd regret and I'm glad I'll get to remember it all!!"
Chrissy's Instagram post comes as she slowly tries to return to normalcy following her cyberbullying scandal. In May, there were endless calls for Chrissy to be "canceled" after disturbing 10-year-old tweets resurfaced in which she cyberbullied reality TV star Courtney Stodden. Chrissy apologized, but her words mainly fell on deaf ears and some brands ended sponsorships with her.
In the immediate aftermath, Chrissy said she was in "a hole of deserved global punishment."
"I'm truly ashamed of [the tweets]. As I look at them and understand the hurt they caused, I have to stop and wonder: How could I have done that?," she wrote on Medium.
On July 14, she spoke of being a part of the "cancel club."
"Cancel club is a fascinating thing and I have learned a whollllle lot," she wrote on Instagram. "Only a few understand it and it's impossible to know til you're in it. And it's hard to talk about it in that sense because obviously you sound whiney when you've clearly done something wrong. It just sucks. There is no winning. But there never is here anyhow."