Move over Shanna Moakler, there's a new mama in town.
On Saturday, July 17, the 15-year-old was asked by a fan during an Instagram Live about meeting any Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars, to which Alabama replied: "That's my stepmom."
Meanwhile, Alabama recently bashed her mother via social media, reportedly telling her TikTok followers that Moakler has “never completely been in” her life.
To make matters worse, Moakler and Barker's 17-year-old son Landon backed up Alabama's claims, writing on Instagram: “[She] isn’t in our lives like [Barker] is."
Alabama previously seemed to hint at her excitement over the couple's rumored engagement. OK! previously reported Alabama sent fans into a frenzy when she posted a loved-up photo of her dad, 45, and the KUWTK star, 42, amid speculation that Barker popped the question earlier this month while the two were in Sin City.
Alongside a photo of the lovebirds — who went public with their relationship in February — smiling and holding hands as they walked in the hotel hallway, Alabama wrote: “So happy for you guys,” on top of the photo. Alabama and Landon have made it clear that they are in support of Barker's new relationship, as Landon also reportedly praised the couple in April, calling them "true love."
Meanwhile, Moakler has been trying to be a good sport about Barker's new love but revealed her true thoughts on Kardashian shortly after. In February, the former Miss USA reportedly said she was "happy" for the couple, since Kardashian is "great" to her kids.
But two months later, Moakler told Us Weekly that she felt the Poosh founder — who shares children Mason, 11, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 6, with ex Scott Disick — "put a wedge" between herself and her kiddos.
In addition, Moakler, 46, previously opened up about being upset with her kids publicly bashing her, exclaiming: "I’m not really sure why my kids put that out there," but "it's hurtful and heartbreaking to have your kids say that."
"I’m their mother. I love them," she told the outlet. "As a mother … I’ll always be there for my children, no matter what. I love them. I understand that we all have growing pains."