Thanks to the trailer for the current season of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, Kayla Sessler has sparked a lot of pregnancy speculation. Sessler stated in the trailer that she was expecting a child. However, because she has not shared any details about the topic on social media or posted any photos that could indicate a pregnancy, fans are wondering if she will be adding to her family. “So, I’m pregnant again,” Sessler told the camera, ending the Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant preview on a shocking note. ” During a conversation with PopCulture.. In an interview with com ahead of the new season, the reality TV star addressed that remark. She didn’t reveal much about the pregnancy, however, saying that fans will have to “tune in to find out about that pregnancy.” Filming for the current season ended in December, according to Starcasm. Sessler held an Instagram Q&A with her followers in April. Despite the fact that she didn’t address the pregnancy rumors, she did promise that the season would be intense. “It’s by far the most drama-filled season I’ve ever had,” she said. ”
As for the drama, it will almost certainly revolve around Sessler’s relationship with her fiance, Luke Davis. In 2019, Sessler and Davis welcomed their first child together, Ariah. Izaiah, Sessler’s older son, is shared with her ex-husband, Stephan Alexander. Sessler and Davis became engaged shortly after the birth of their daughter. But, based on the trailer for the current season of Teen Mom: Young and Pregnant, the couple is in for some trouble.
As the couple went to therapy to deal with Davis’ past infidelity, the mother-of-two said she felt “vulnerable” this season. “It was extremely difficult,” she admitted. Unfortunately, it occurred quite some time ago, and I’m only now speaking up about it. “Sessler felt it was the right time to show the more difficult moments rather than keeping them hidden from the audience,” she said. “I think just being on TV and trying to keep secrets – it never works,” the Teen Mom stаr continued. … Becаuse I signed up for reаlity [TV], I feel obligаted to show [the viewers] the good, the bаd, аnd the ugly. ViаcomCBS Streаming, а ViаcomCBS division, owns PopCulture.