The pregnant model really wants her husband to stop doing this one thing.

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend on the red carpet at the 2018 Grammy Awards.
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Chrissy Teigen is sick of John Legend stealing her phone chargers and took to Twitter to vent.

The 32-year-old model and television host, who is expecting her second child with Legend in just a few months, called out her musician husband for taking all of her phone chargers with him to work.

“I buy and leave all the phone chargers all around the house just so you can unplug them all and take them to work with you,” she tweeted, describing a problem the entire internet seems to be able to relate to.

She followed up by tweeting a photo of a unicorn-shaped phone charger and said she was buying it — right before sending out a cheeky third message saying simply, “take this one u thief” and tagging her husband.

Judging by the internet’s reaction, Teigen, who has almost 10 million Twitter followers, has successfully shamed Legend for a common problem couples have. One Twitter user even suggested she get a custom charger made with a photo of her face.

Other celebrities chimed in to put their own partners on blast for doing the same thing. Ruby Rose tagged her girlfriend, The Veronicas singer Jessica Origliasso, saying she had to request extra cell phone chargers on her show riders because of Origliasso’s sneaky habit.

Andy Richter added his two cents, joking to Teigen that Legend has been stealing his phone chargers, too.

If you’ve got a phone-charger-stealing spouse like Teigen's, you can find a similar unicorn portable phone charger for $15 on, or take it up a notch with a charger in the shape of a cat's face, $25, a rainbow poop emoji, $15, or Hello Kitty, $13.

Teigen's hilarious tweets are just a handful of many that the model has become well-known for. She regularly spouts off entertaining gripes and advice about ordinary problems, like flight delays that may or may not be government conspiracies.