Teen Mom Cheyenne Floyd insists she wasn't 'uncomfortable' with her DAD watching her give birth to newborn son Ace

CHEYENNE Floyd says livestreaming the birth of baby Ace to friends and family was no biggie, adding that her father even took a more "hands-on" approach to her first pregnancy.

When the Teen Mom OG star welcomed her second child six months ago, she shared a live video for friends and family to join in the excitement.

This led to many fans wondering how the viewers reacted to the live birth, and whether Cheyenne was "uncomfortable" letting them watch.

On an Instagram story, the 29-year-old said: "I've gotten a lot of questions about this.

"Birth is a beautiful thing. Nothin to be uncomfortable about, so I was happy to have my families support.

"Y'all were freaking out at my dad on Zoom for Ace, lol, but with Ryder he actually held my leg."

Cheyenne welcomed baby Ace, her second child – first baby with Zach –in May, saying that her life is now “complete.”

She also shares 4-year-old daughter Ryder with ex Cory Wharton.

Cheyenne and Zach are gearing up for their upcoming nuptials.


Back in September, Cheyenne took to Instagram to hint towards the proposed date of her wedding to Zach.

A picture posted to her Instagram story shows off a display piece on her counter which reads "365 days until Mr & Mrs."

She paired the post with a sweet caption of "I love you" as she tagged her Teen Mom co-star and partner in crime, Zach.


However, some fans believe that the lovebirds may have already wed after Zach referred to Cheyenne as "wife" in a post showing off the site of their new home.

Zach captioned the post: "Instead of putting diamonds in my watch, my wife and I buss down some dirt and built a home."

While fans chimed in to comment congratulations on their new home, others were quite focused on the slight changing of words from "fiancée" to "wife."

One fan wrote: "Wife? Wtf did I miss that."

Another asked: "Got married already?" while a third said, "It's the fact you called her your WIFE for me."

A fourth remarked: "Did you get married?" and another added, "Did we skip the wedding part…"

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