There's no hiding Bristol Palin's growing baby bump anymore. In a post on her blog in June, Palin, announced that she was expecting another child, though she did not reveal who the father was at the time. The pregnancy news came just a few days after she confirmed that she and ex-fiancé Dakota Meyer had decided to call off their wedding. Months later Palin is still blogging about her second baby.

As was reported by E! News, Palin, 24, uploaded a photo to her site on Monday, showing herself posing in a grassy area while wearing a fitted black top. Palin held her bump in the photo while hiding her face with her wind-blown hair. In the post she opened up to fans about her pregnancy, revealing that she was "feeling like a tannnkk." 

When Palin, the daughter of former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin, first announced her pregnancy, she told her readers she was sharing the good news earlier than planned to avoid it being leaked by "constant trolls." She went on to say that, while her pregnancy was coming at a sad time in her life, she was doing her best to stay positive. Palin called the announcement "a huge disappointment to my family," but asked the media and public to respect her and her eldest son, Tripp's, privacy. Days later she shared yet another post about the pregnancy, this time sharing an ultrasound photo. In the post she assured readers that she and Meyer, 26, had planned the pregnancy.

The couple, who had been engaged since March 2015, were slated to tie the knot May 23. Sadly, however, they canceled the wedding less than a week before the ceremony was to take place. Palin confirmed the news on her blog, writing that she knew God had other plans for her and thanking fans for showing so much "love and support." Although she declined to give a reason for the wedding's cancelation, multiple outlets reported that Meyer's withholding information was a contributing factor. It was widely reportedly that he had been hiding a previous marriage to Cassandra Wain from Palin. Palin and her mother later released a joint statement in which they denounced the "salacious headlines."