Chrissy Teigen turns into Peggy Bundy to recreate hit show Married…With Children With

Chrissy Teigen is embracing some big retro 90s vibes.

The 35-year-old model transformed into legendary sitcom character Peggy Bundy on Tuesday for a new Married…With Children-inspired social media post starring John Legend.

Teigen’s Instagram comes a day after news broke that she and Legend sold their Beverly Hills mansion for about $17 million.

Love and Marriage: Chrissy Teigen transformed into legendary sitcom character Peggy Bundy for a new Married…With Children inspired social media post with John Legend on Tuesday

Wearing a teased and heavily sprayed red wig, Chrissy was the spitting image of Peggy Bundy – immortalized by actress Katey Sagal over 30 years ago.

Chrissy rocked an outfit that Peggy would no doubt find herself in her suburban Chicago wardrobe: a black stretch velvet catsuit with long sleeves, shoulder pads and a leopard-print belt.

The Cravings author even wore Peggy’s signature red lip and exaggerated expressions for a trio of snaps.

“Go together like a horse and cart,” she wrote in the caption, quoting the sitcom’s famous theme song.

Perfection: Chrissy wore a teased and heavily sprayed red wig and was the spitting image of Peggy Bundy - immortalized by actress Katey Sagal over 30 years ago

Perfection: Chrissy wore a teased and heavily sprayed red wig and was the spitting image of Peggy Bundy – immortalized by actress Katey Sagal over 30 years ago

Chrissy rocked an outfit that Peggy would no doubt find herself in her closet in the suburbs of Chicago: a black stretch velvet catsuit with long sleeves, shoulder pads and a leopard-print belt.

Chrissy rocked an outfit that Peggy would no doubt find herself in her closet in the suburbs of Chicago: a black stretch velvet catsuit with long sleeves, shoulder pads and a leopard-print belt.

Chrissy rocked an outfit that Peggy would no doubt find herself in her closet in the suburbs of Chicago: a black stretch velvet catsuit with long sleeves, shoulder pads and a leopard-print belt.

Jimmy Van Heusen’s 1955 song Love and Marriage scored the end credits of the iconic late 80s/early 90s sitcom.

Her husband, John Legend, sat with Chrissy, who definitely looked prettier than Al Bundy [Ed O’Neill] ever did.

The EGOT winner rocked a leopard-print short-sleeved button-up with high-waisted black pants and fury-lined Gucci flip flops.

Married…with Kids was a half-hour comedy that aired for 11 seasons on Fox about the poor, classless Bundy family and their various grievances about life.

“Go together like a horse and cart,” she wrote in the caption, quoting the sitcom’s famous theme song.

Sitcom Royalty: Married...With Children was a half-hour comedy that aired for 11 seasons on Fox about the poor, classless Bundy family and their various grievances about life (L.R. Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Katey Sagal and Ed O'Neill in Married with Children)

Sitcom Royalty: Married…With Children was a half-hour comedy that aired for 11 seasons on Fox about the poor, classless Bundy family and their various grievances about life (L.R. Christina Applegate, David Faustino, Katey Sagal and Ed O’Neill in Married with Children)

Ed O’Neill played family patriarch Al who hated his job at a local shoe store, never made enough money, hated his family, but loved a beer on the couch and the ‘nudie bar’.

A stay-at-home mom, Peggy was the antithesis of a housewife who rocked spandex, thick hair, long nails, and a sassy demeanor.

The kids, Kelly [Christina Applegate] and Bud [David Faustino] were wonderfully lazy and directionless.

The hysterical series was heralded as the answer to the hard-working, fun-loving Huxtable family on The Cosby Show.

Classic Characters: Ed O'Neill played family patriarch Al who hated his job at a local shoe store but loved the

Classic Characters: Ed O’Neill played family patriarch Al who hated his job at a local shoe store but loved the “nude bar” and a stay at home mom, Peggy was the antithesis of a housewife who rocked spandex, big hair, long nails and a cheeky attitude

Unlike the trashy Bundy clan, the Legend household is certainly not strapped for cast these days, as Chrissy and John just sold their multimillion dollar Beverly Hills mansion.

The couple moved out of the estate last August, according to the New York Post, which went into escrow after just a week on the market in 2020 at a retail price of $24 million.

Douglas Elliman, Beverly Hills real estate agent Marshall Peck told the outlet that the aforementioned deal fell through, causing delays in the process while giving potential buyers the wrong impression that the property was not on the market.

Ultimately, Teigen and Legend — who bought the home in 2016 for $14.1 million — sold the space to a private equity manager for $16.8 million, according to the report. Wall Street Journal.

Big money: Unlike the trashy Bundy clan, the Legend household is certainly not strapped for cast these days, as Chrissy and John just sold their multi-million dollar Beverly Hills mansion

Big money: Unlike the trashy Bundy clan, the Legend household is certainly not strapped for cast these days, as Chrissy and John just sold their multi-million dollar Beverly Hills mansion

Built in 1966, the home was once owned by Rihanna, who later sold it in 2014 for $7.65 million after lawsuits over its construction.

Investors who bought the home made significant renovations two years later prior to the purchase of Teigen and Legend, including a personal gym and movie theater.

Peck told the Post that the house is “without a doubt the most beautiful house in Beverly Hills” and that “it has the most beautiful finish I’ve ever seen.”

He added, “It has 33-foot ceilings, a sculptural staircase, floor-to-ceiling windows and expansive canyon views, while custom Thailand teak ceilings, cerus oak floors with steel-rolled clay walls exude sensuality.”

90210: In the end, Teigen and Legend — who bought the house in 2016 for $14.1 million — eventually sold the space to a private equity executive for $16.8 million, according to the Wall Street Journal

90210: In the end, Teigen and Legend — who bought the house in 2016 for $14.1 million — eventually sold the space to a private equity executive for $16.8 million, according to the Wall Street Journal

The home sits on nearly an acre of land in a private gated community just minutes from The Beverly Hills Hotel and Rodeo Drive.

List photos show just how luxurious the stylish celebrity couple’s home is, with 33-foot ceilings, a sculptural staircase, and floor-to-ceiling windows offering sweeping views of the canyon.

Teigen, meanwhile, is in the midst of a bullying scandal over past toxic social media behavior, which has led to Macy’s stopping selling her kitchen line and her departure from the Netflix show Never Have I Ever.

The model/cookbook author said she could be “cancelled forever” amid the career crisis.

Scandal: Teigen, meanwhile, is in the midst of a bullying scandal over toxic social media behavior in the past, which led to Macy's stopping selling its kitchen line and her departure from the Netflix show Never Have I Ever

Scandal: Teigen, meanwhile, is in the midst of a bullying scandal over toxic social media behavior in the past, which led to Macy’s stopping selling its kitchen line and her departure from the Netflix show Never Have I Ever

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