The 35-year-old star appeared happy and unbothered, smiling while holding her oldest child with husband John Legend, 5-year-old daughter Luna.
The controversial model put on a brave face amid the devastating drama to attend Luna's dance recital over the weekend.
Her Grammy-winning husband shared the photo on his social media, as Chrissy has remained quiet for weeks on her platforms.
In the photo, Chrissy is seen wearing a bright and cheerful floral-print dress.
Smiling sweetly with Luna in her lap, the former Sports Illustrated model kept her makeup light and fresh for the outdoor festivities.
Holding onto her daughter tightly, she posed for a selfie with the tiny tot who looked adorable in her red leotard and matching ballet tutu.
While Chrissy's career is falling by the waist side over the Courtney Stodden scandal, the cute snap proves that her family has her back.
Teigen's beloved mom, Pepper, was also caught in the awe-worthy family snap.
"So proud of our little dancer!" Legend captioned the mother/daughter photo.
This marks the first time Chrissy has been seen on social media in weeks.
As Radar reported, Twitter raged a war on Teigen after several of her past tweets were exposed.
Stodden -- known for marrying Doug Hutchison at age 16 -- came forward last month alleging Chrissy urged the young star to kill themself.
Stodden, now 26 years old, came out as non-binary last month and said their new pronouns are they/them/their.
In an interview with The Daily Beast, they alleged Teigen once tweeted, "My Friday fantasy: you. dirt nap. mmmmmm baby."
They also said the model tweeted at them, "go. to sleep. forever."
"She wouldn't just publicly tweet about wanting me to take 'a dirt nap' but would privately DM me and tell me to kill myself. Things like, 'I can't wait for you to die,'" Courtney alleged during the interview.
Stodden took matters into her own hands and called out Chrissy publicly.
"This video is definitely calling out Chrissy Teigen. She stalked me. She harassed me. She bullied me," Stodden said in the Instagram clip. "And keep in mind, I was a minor. I was 16 and 17 during her period of bullying me and hating on me."
Chrissy has since issued a public apology on Twitter to Courtney, saying she's "lucky enough to be held accountable."
In the wake of the scandal, Teigen's cookware line was pulled from Macy's and that wasn't the only opportunity she lost.
Bloomingdales allegedly passed on a deal with the star and she also dropped out of a Netflix show called Never Have I Ever.