It seems there’s baby news on the way from “Teen Mom” stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra — but it might not be good.

In a new preview for Monday’s upcoming episode, the 25-year-old is seen taking a pregnancy test with a friend, before surprising her husband with a message written on her daughter’s shirt, Us Weekly reports.

The mom told 3-year-old Novalee, “Come show daddy your pretty shirt,” prompting a shocked reaction from the dad. The pink shirt read:

“I’m going to be a big sister.”

Tyler dropped hints about a potential pregnancy to fans on Twitter back in the fall, People reports.

When a fan asked the reality star when they could expect an announcement, the father all but confirmed the news was on its way. Tyler wrote:

But now that the news has been confirmed, fans are wondering why there’s still no word about the baby. And it could be for a heartbreaking reason, according to InTouch.

Sources close to the couple have said that there’s been no pregnancy announcement because Catelynn miscarried the child some time in November.


A source told the Ashley’s Reality Roundup:

“It is actually really sad. Catelynn got pregnant and surprised Tyler and Nova and then had a miscarriage not long after. That happened right before she went to treatment [in November] when she tweeted about thinking about killing herself. The crew and production staff heard she was about six weeks pregnant when it happened but no one is 100 percent sure.”

On November 17, 2017, the “Teen Mom” star tweeted that she was checking herself into rehab after having suicidal thoughts. Though it’s unclear if that was directly related to her alleged miscarriage.

The “Teen Mom” couple has yet to confirm the news, so fans will likely have to tune in to find out what really happened.

The news comes not long after fellow “Teen Mom” star Maci Bookout revealed her own miscarriage, as Dearly reported.

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