We already knew that Bristol Palin is expecting her third child, but we were privy to the gender of the latest addition to her family.
Bristol took to Instagram to confirm the gender in a sweet Instagram post.
“Dakota and Tripp officially outnumbered 🙈🤗,” the proud mom-to-be, 26, captioned an image of herself and her husband, Dakota Meyer, as he holds up a sign announcing the baby's gender.
“So excited to let you all know, ITS A GIRL!! 💕”
The couple announced they were expecting their second child together in December.
“We are so excited to announce that our family is expanding!" the couple told ET in a joint statement, adding:
"God has blessed us so much; we are thankful for His grace and new beginnings. A springtime baby in the Meyer home and we can't wait!"
This pregnancy does not appear to be filled with controversy like Palin's previous two.
If you recall, Bristol's first pregnancy made headlines because it was revealed in 2008 when her mother was running for Vice President of the United States.
Her first pregnancy was with Levi Johnston.
The controversy stemmed from the fact that Bristol was not married. Seriously, it caused outrage. However, their relationship did not stand the test of time, and they parted ways.
Her next baby daddy was Dakota Meyer, but Bristol called her wedding off to Meyer days before the wedding was due to take place.
After this, she revealed she was pregnant with her second child and revealed that she did not want to hear what people had to say about the fact she was having a second child without being married.
“I don’t want any lectures," she wrote at the time while leaving the identity of the baby daddy up in the air, adding:
"Honestly, I’ve been trying my hardest to keep my chin up on this one. When life gets tough, there is no other option but to get tougher."
At least Bristol could take solace in the fact her third pregnancy was as a married woman.
Throughout all of this, Bristol carved out a career for herself in the entertainment industry.
She has since been a staple of reality TV, even competing in Dancing with the Stars a few years back. She did not make it very far into the competition, but hey, at least she tried.
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