Teen Mom Chelsea Houska slams pregnancy rumors & reveals if her and husband Cole DeBoer will have more kids

CHELSEA Houska is hard at work slamming down any rumors she may be pregnant, no matter how it looks in a photo.

After the Teen Mom 2 star shared a photo of herself and hubby Cole DeBoer partying at a concert, fans noticed that while Cole clearly had a beer in his hand, Chelsea looked to be sticking to plain water.

"I thought you were pregnant," one person commented, as another agreed. "Same.I was like hmmmm, water ay?

As comments poured in, Chelsea herself was quick to respond, contending that her drink was actually "White Claw," which is also clear.

But skeptical fans were still not convinced.

One fan pointed out: "White Claw has FIZZLLLEEEEEEEE."

While another noted: "That 'WHITE CLAW' is suspiciously lacking bubbles my dude."

Rumors of "baby number five" just won't go away.

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The 30-year-old reality star welcomed baby Walker – her fourth child, and third with Cole – at the start of last year, and her followers are predicting another’s in their future.

Aside from 11-month-old Walker, the duo already share Watson, four, and Layne, three.

Chelsea is also mom to daughter Aubree, 12, with ex Adam Lind.


In a post on her Instagram at the end of 2021, Chelsea and Cole, 33, snuggled in close to one another in bed, with his arm wrapped around her.

The pair stared into each other’s eyes, looking lovingly at the other.

This set the pregnant theorists into overdrive.

Earlier in the year, Chelsea opened up about the idea of adding yet another new member to their family.

During an Instagram Q&A, she told fans: “This is the most asked question that we always, always get, if we’re gonna have more kids.

“Do we think we’re gonna more kids? I would say we don’t think we’re gonna have more.”

Cole then jumped in to add: “But you know, if we do, we do. But yeah, who knows?”


For now, Chelsea and Cole seem to be preoccupied with renovating their Nebraska family cabin.

The reality star previously shared a peak of the rustic home and her intentions of "fixing it up."

Chelsea, 30, took fans on a deeper dive of the wooden house on her and her husband Cole Deboer's shared Instagram account, Down Home DeBoers.

She gave their followers a tour, showcasing the outside of the quaint cabin before sharing snaps and clips of the inside.

She flashed the camera around the living room, which gave a real rustic feel including a moose head hanging on the wall and a wood-burning fireplace in the corner.

The home also features a kitchen with an island and a big spiral white staircase leading up to a loft area already equipped with two twin beds.

The Teen Mom 2 star continued the tour with a glimpse of the basement including two bedrooms, a bathroom, and another living area.

Chelsea's husband and their four kids were seen in the background of the shots admiring the home as well.


The pair recently built their own dream farmhouse in Vermillion, South Dakota that they moved into in December 2020. 

The farmhouse has hardwood floors throughout, while the kitchen has white cabinets with a black island for contrast, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.

The living room has a black brick fireplace and ceiling-length windows. 

The home has a modern farmhouse vibes throughout.  

The parents listed their previous South Dakota farmhouse on June 2, 2020, according to Realtor.

They bought the house for $435,000 in June 2018, and the 3,466 square-foot home boasts six bedrooms and two bathrooms. 

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