Even though Shanna Moakler may not be expecting another baby, she appears to have added a new addition to her family.
The blonde beauty has seemingly adopted a new furry friend, which she revealed on social media just hours after clarifying that she actually is not pregnant.
As OK! reported, Moakler, 46, confirmed earlier this month that she tested positive on a pregnancy test, only to clarify on Wednesday, March 23, that she actually received a false positive result.
Just hours later, the former pageant queen shared a snap of an adorable little kitten to her Instagram Story while asking her followers to submit name suggestions for her new fur baby.
Moakler set the pregnancy story straight earlier in the day on Wednesday in a statement to People, where she explained her false positive test result was "due to the fact I had taken a hormone called HCG [Human Chorionic Gonadotropin] to help me lose weight for Big Brother. It is the same hormone that is produced when a woman is pregnant resulting in the false positive."
However, the Pacific Blue actress insisted that having more children down the line is still "not out of the question for me."
Moakler is already a mom to 22-year-old daughter Atiana, whom she shares with Oscar De La Hoya, as well as her two kids with ex-husband Travis Barker: Landon, 18, and Alabama, 16.
The pregnancy confusion initially started just one week after her ex-boyfriend Matthew Rondeau was arrested for allegedly getting into a domestic violence dispute with Moakler.
Rondeau was taken into custody on February 24 after being charged with felony domestic violence. He was released on $50,000 bail later the same day.
Following the former pair's alleged physical altercation, Rondeau insisted he never laid a hand on Moakler and that he "won't ever stop loving" her, despite their seemingly volatile relationship.
They were even trying to work things out with counseling following Moakler's pregnancy announcement, as OK! previously reported the on-and-off couple began counseling with relationship expert Dr. Drew Pinksy to help them navigate an amicable coparenting relationship.