Kailyn Lowry’s now-famous podcast, “Coffe & Convos” is getting another hit episode. After revealing that she’s dating someone again, fans are eagerly expecting the new episode of “Coffe & Convos” podcast, which now has over 100,000 followers on Instagram only.
The podcast itself isn’t just reserved for ‘Teen Mom’ stars, although it all started with them. It already has episodes with Chelsea Houska, Leah Messer, Catelynn & Tyler Baltierra & Javi Marroquin.
Despite starting off with ‘Teen Mom’ stars, “Coffe & Convos” podcast now regularly airs with new guests.
“It takes someone really brave to be a mother, someone strong to raise a child & someone special to love someone more than herself • 🤱🏼❤️👶🏽
💭 This week, we used lots of tissues & shared a few laughs! Thank you @lakeat for sharing your story with us,” the podcasting duo wrote a thank you to Anna on Instagram.
The most recent podcast episode is due to come out soon, and it will be a Christmas special.
“We had a lot of fun talking to everyone at our @coffeeconvospodcast Christmas party,” Kailyn updated the fans on Instagram.
Lowry also teased her new relationship which is unavailable to the general public at the moment. Fans suspect that it’s someone from her past and it seems like that may actually turn out to be true.
Chris Lopez is the most likely candidate and it’s all leaning towards Kailyn reuniting with her baby daddy.
Lopez still refuses to film ‘Teen mom 2’ even after MTV offered to compensate him, leaving money on the table as you could say.
“He has no interest in it,” an insider revealed to Radar Online.
Javi Marroquin is still on board to filming ‘Teen Mom 2’ alongside Kailyn, but one of Kailyn’s exes, Jo Rivera, isn’t so fond of the show anymore.
Even after giving birth to three boys, Kailyn recently revealed that she might have another baby.
In an interview with a show host, she said that her interest in having babies went downhill but that she still might give birth to a baby girl.
As she hinted, after 3 boys she has no desire in having another one, and that the baby will most likely turn out to be a girl, implying some kind of gender ‘selection.’