Just a friendly reminder: Chrissy Teigen isn't living off hubby John Legend's dime! The brunette beauty recently had to remind one Twitter user that her individual net worth is pretty f–king sizable.

"All you do is eat, sleep, s–t, and spend other people's money. My perfect partner," the follower in question commented, to which Chrissy responded, "my money," attaching a photo from Forbes, which lists her net worth as $13.5 million. The caption under the pic reads, "The Lip Sync Battle host and cookbook author also appears in campaigns for hair care company Tresemme and cosmetics brand BECCA, among others." You tell him, sister!

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend's net worths are both impressive.

While the soon-to-be mom-of-two is worth over $10 mil, her partner boasts an even heftier net worth of $40 million — though fans recently thought the couple made a lot more. Twitter was thoroughly entertained on Dec. 26 when Chrissy tweeted about her infamous flight to nowhere — ANA (All Nippon Airways) No. 175, which turned around four hours after its departure due to an unauthorized person on-board. Though Chrissy and John eventually made it to their destination (Tokyo) safely, a lot of people asked the TV personality why the duo didn't fly private to avoid the hassle.

So many fans had the same question, in fact, that the pregnant 32-year-old addressed the inquiry in a separate tweet. "A lot of people have been asking this and I would just like you all to know that a round trip international private flight is like…300,000 dollars," she wrote.

Clearly, a lot of people assume that all celebrities fly private, but $300,000 is one hell of a price tag for a total of two flights. Given how much the couple travels overseas for work and leisure — Chrissy recently documented their trip to Oslo, Norway — that adds up quickly.

Plus, unlike some stars, it looks like the fun-loving pair doesn't mind mingling with us common folk. Even after their disastrous flight, the twosome posed for a photo with a fan.

All in all, Chrissy handled the entire situation with class. "Honestly everyone on the ground and in the air were very kind and apologetic," she said of the ANA staff at the time.