According to Chelsea Houska, she doesn't merely star on Teen Mom 2...
... she also has two weeks to go until she gives birth to her third child!
The veteran MTV personality has made this pointedly clear in a new Instagram photo.
The Teen Mom 2 cast member took to Instagram Stories on Tuesday to show off her 38-week-old baby bump, giving fans what may be their final glimpse at her growing tummy before she goes into labor.
In a nearly full body-length selfie, the 26-year old is donning a grey T-shirt, grey sweatpants and her hair is styled in a messy bun.
She's cradling the aforementioned bump with one hand, but it's so large at this point that it's sticking out from underneath her shirt a bit!
See for yourself:
Houska previously revealed her pregnant figure via a stunning set of professionally-done maternity photos.
Those images and this one here come a few months after Chelsea and husband Cole confirmed that a daughter is on the way.
"...GUESS WHAT! A sweet baby girl will be joining the DeBoer clan in a few short months! We could not be more excited!" wrote Chelsea alongside a picture of her ultrasound in March.
The couple welcomed sona son named Watson in January of 2017, while Houska also has an eight-year-old daughter named Aubree from a previous relationship with ex-boyfriend Adam Lind.
(NOTE: Houska WENT OFF on Lind at this week's Teen Mom 2 reunion.)
Prior to seeing this 38-week baby bump photo, some folks out there were wondering whether Chelsea had already welcomed her baby girl.
The answer, of course, is no.
And Houska responded to a few social media users a few days ago by explaining that fans will remain in the dark about her status until her daughter is actually here.
“I can promise everyone that whenever I AM in labor…nobody will know..and there def won’t be posts and silly little articles about it," Chelsea wrote on Twitter last week, adding:
"I will announce when I have her. But the last thing on my mind when I'm in labor is going to be getting on social media."
This sounds like a jab at those D-Listers and other celebrities who have gone online from their hospital beds during this critical time in their lives.
Is Chelsea being hypocritical here?
"If you want privacy though - why be on the reality show about your life? I guess I don’t get it," wrote a follower to Houska, who elaborated on her previous point as follows:
"I watch a lot of reality television and I would never expect ANYONE to give up rights to any and all privacy just because they are on a tv show!
"That’s just my opinion though…
"Plus…all I was saying was that I don’t plan on being on social media or announcing to everyone when im in labor. Will definitely announce once she’s here!"
Sounds reasonable to us.
Best of luck with that while labor and birth thing, Chelsea!