"Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans has been denying the rumors since they came out in May, but now the reality star has admitted that she is pregnant for the third time and is currently expecting a daughter with boyfriend David Eason.
Evans, 24, dropped the pregnancy bomb via social media on Wednesday, Aug. 24, taking to Instagram and Twitter to share the sex and the name of her baby. She posted a photo of herself with Eason, 28, captioning the adorable snapshot: “Time to introduce the world to our baby girl soon, Ensley Jolie Eason. She will be arriving Jan. 28th. We couldn't be any happier! @uncledave01."
The MTV star's boyfriend also made his own announcement via Instagram by sharing a sweet photo of them kissing and embracing, with the caption: "I'm so happy im bout ta cry!! I love you so much @j_evans1219 and I can't wait to meet our baby girl Ensley Jolie Eason!!"
Both Evans and Eason have kids from previous relationships. The "Teen Mom 2" star shares Jace, 6, with ex Andrew Lewis and Kaiser, 2, with ex-fiance Nathan Griffith, while Eason has a daughter. Evans' mother Barbara currently has custody over Jace.
Despite the pregnancy announcement, it looks Evans and Eason aren't tying the knot any time soon. When rumors of Evans expecting her third child came out in May, the reality star denied that she's pregnant and engaged with Eason, posting on Twitter: "I'm happy where I am in life and comfortable so I’ve been eating a lot more lol.”
Rumors of Evans' pregnancy were further fueled last month when a police report for the July 6 car crash she and Eason were involved in revealed that she was expecting. According to the document, the reality star had been "at least 10 weeks pregnant" at the time. Just shortly after the pregnancy rumors leaked to social media, Evans left Twitter, though not before going off on her critics.
Despite the drama surrounding her third pregnancy, Evans appears to be confident that she and Eason are ready to have more kids. “He’s financially stable and emotionally stable. And he’s a great support system for me, and I need that in my life," she told Us Weekly in December.