Some celebrity couples are fiercely private, keeping details of their relationship off social media and shutting down any speculation about their private lives.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend are clearly not one of those couples.
Model and author Teigen today treated fans to an, ahem, behind the scenes look at life in her household, filming an apparently unawares Legend as he showered.
His back to the camera, singer Legend's modesty was only covered by Teigen's tactfully-placed hand:
With six million views and counting, that's a whole lot of people seeing a whole lotta Legend, who has yet to respond to the video (maybe he's still conditioning).
And this isn't the first time Teigen has offered up a slice of her husband for a cheeky Instagram post – back in 2015 she shared the candid pic below with fans, just a day after Justin Bieber uploaded a butt pic of his own to Instagram.
And while she's showing off her husband's shower time on Instagram, Teigen also had a recent social media snafu over her own naked body: Earlier this month she spotted an unusual detail in a photo posted on social media by US TV presenter Jeanine Pirro: A picture of herself. Topless.
Teigen herself put it best: "Jeanine why are my boobs up on your phone?"
It's good to see Teigen smiling after a rough week on social media for the mum-of-two. This week she revealed she'd blocked "one million accounts" on Twitter as trolls and conspiracy theorists attempted to link her to the late convicted felon Jeffrey Epstein.
"I have block chained over one million people, ONE MILLION people today and I am still flooded with sick psychopaths. So please, spare me the 'just ignore them, they're just trolls,'" she tweeted, before setting her account to private.
Hours prior, Teigen admitted that the conspiracy theory that links her to Epstein led her to fear for her family's safety. She also claimed to have been called a "paedophile" online.
She also announced that she deleted 60,000 tweets from her account "because I cannot f***ing STAND you idiots anymore and I'm worried for my family."