Teen Mom's Chelsea Houska Gives Birth To Baby No. 4 — See Photos Of The Adorable Baby Girl
Congrats! Teen Mom 2 alum Chelsea Houska DeBoer gave birth to her fourth child, her third with husband Cole DeBoer.
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"She decided she wanted to share a birthday with her big brother, Watson, and surprised us by coming last night,” the MTV star captioned her daughter Walker June’s adorable Instagram photo.
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Chelsea and her husband announced in August that they were expecting a child together. “One more DeBoer!” the reality TV mom captioned her Instagram post at the time. “Coming early 2021.”
Later that week, the happy couple used confetti canons to reveal the sex of their upcoming child. “Baby…..GIRL!!!,” Chelsea wrote. Walker joins brother Watson, 4, and sister Layne, 2, whom Chelsea shares with Cole. Her husband also helps raise her daughter from her previous relationship, 11-year-old Aubree.
In November, Chelsea shocked everyone when she announced she was leaving Teen Mom 2 after 10 seasons.
“After much thought and discussion with my family and friends, Cole and I have decided that this season will be our last,” she wrote on November 10. “We are forever thankful to MTV and our crew, who are like family to us. We’re parting on the best of terms and will stay in touch long after this.”
“We’re proud to have been able to share our story and are so grateful to the fans who have followed our journey from the beginning,” she continued. “Our next chapter in life will focus on developing our brand and taking things to the next level with new endeavors and expanding family businesses.”
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Chelsea made her TV debut in 2009 on the hit docuseries 16 and Pregnant, which chronicled the birth of her first daughter with ex-boyfriend Adam Lind. She went on to join Teen Mom 2 and was a part of the cast since its inception in 2011.