Jennifer Garner and Chrissy Teigen's 'feud' over a nanny gets worse when the nanny weighs in.

There are few people more near and dear to a busy, famous mother than her prized nanny. Finding someone who truly loves your kids, and understands their needs and limits with equal parts tenderness and discipline is harder than it sounds.

So, once you've got a good one it makes sense to hold onto them tight.

That being said, it makes total sense for Jennifer Garner to feel protective of her good nanny relationship. Particularly, when the cuteness of Chrissy Teigen's kids functions as a potential threat.


To catch you up, in a recent comment on a picture of Miles, Garner joked about how her nanny has been "liking" all of Teigen's Instagram photos of her kids. And while Garner understands appreciating adorable Luna and Miles, she doesn't want Teigen getting any nanny swooping ideas.

"I see my kids’ nanny liking everything you put up with your gorgeous kids and I’m here to tell you, don’t get any ideas, either one of you," Garner wrote.

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Well, now the playful saga has continued on a recent photo. In response to another precious photo of Miles, Garner joked that her "kids are now being threatened with his cuteness."

This time, her nanny jumped in to write "I mean..." as a cryptic agreement. Naturally, Garner immediately responded to her nanny with a strong no.

While Teigen has made no suggestions she is plotting to steal Garner's nanny, it doesn't mean she's not hatching a plan secretly, like all good schemers do.

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