Teen Mom's pregnant Cheyenne Floyd poses in stunning new maternity photos as she reaches 36 weeks

CHEYENNE Floyd looks incredible as she poses for some stunning new maternity photos.

It comes as the pregnant Teen Mom star celebrates being just four weeks away from her due date.

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Cheyenne, 28, is expecting her first child with boyfriend Zach Davis – she's already mom to her four-year-old daughter Ryder, who she shares with ex Cory Wharton.

The reality star has been keeping fans updated as her pregnancy progresses and shared a series of beautiful snaps.

In them she is stood in the desert and wearing a gorgeous floating white dress which skims over her bump.

Cheyenne is also seen in a passionate clinch with her boyfriend.



She wrote next to the pictures: "36 weeks, 4 weeks to go
embracing every last second."

Her fans rushed to say how beautiful she looked, with one writing: "OMG stunning."

While this one said: "These came out perfect!!!! So pretty!!! "

Another wrote: "Beautiful as always."





Cheyenne and Zach, who have been on and off since high school, first announced their pregnancy in December of 2020.

Back in January, the expectant parents confirmed their son's name will be Ace during a trip to Maui.

Cheyenne's ex Cory welcomed a baby daughter, Mila, with his partner Taylor Selfridge last year.

Last month Cheyenne admitted she’s been feeling “extra moody” as she passed the 33 weeks mark.

Cheyenne posted a video to her Instagram Story of a close-up of her bare belly as she rubbed it with one hand.

Throughout, the Teen Mom star moved the camera to show different angles of her bump and its size.

As Cheyenne awaits Ace’s arrival, she said she’s been “feeling extra stretched, tired, zero energy.”

She added that she’s been craving pancakes and was super “angry” when she realized she ran out of belly oil.

For her upcoming baby shower, she’s ordered “four diferent dresses and returned them all,” adding that it was a major “fail.”

 

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