Teen Mom Leah Messer's fans shocked as daughter Aleeah, 11, TOWERS over star and looks 'so grown up'
TEEN Mom Leah Messer's fans were shocked at how "grown up" her pre-teen daughter Aleeah looks in new photo.
The young mom shared a snap with her three daughters on social media.
The girls attended a baby shower for a family friend over the weekend where they made a point to take a pic with the mom-to-be.
Leah and her daughter's gathered around wearing coordinated outfits for the ocassion.
The mom-of-three started the trend wearing a brown dress with black stockings and boots, while her twin daughters, Aleeah and Ali, 11, donned similar attire.
Leah's youngest daughter Adalynn, eight, also got the memo sporting a brown long-sleeve shirt and leggings topped with a jean dress.
The girls smiled at the camera with a backdrop of brown and tan balloons draped behind them.
One fan took to Reddit to point out how tall Aleeah looked compared to her mother and sisters.
Another user commented in agreement writing: "Yes omg thanks!!! She's so so tall isn't she! Crazy x"
Leah also shared a clip of an outdoor photoshoot with her girls where they all sat on a couch in a mock living room setting.
The family-of-four huddled close together for the portrait showing the trees and gorgeous landscape in the background.
Last month, fans gushed at a video the MTV star shared on her Instagram Stories of her other daughter Ali.
The adolescent – who was diagnosed with a rare form of muscular distrophy in 2014 – appeared all grown up as she smiled at the camera while perched on the arm of the couch.
The pre-teen donned a brown corteroy jacket and round frames with her brunette locks tied back into french braids.
Leah, 29, captioned the pic: "My girl" along with an image of a sun with the words "you are my sunshine" labeled inside.
She set the video to the song, You Are My Sunshine by Jonathan Roy.
On a previous episode of Teen Mom 2, the family got some exciting news from Ali's doctor regarding her prognosis.
During the virtual appointment, Dr. Tsao revealed promising results from recent studies of hundreds of others diagnosed with the rare disease.
"I wanted to let you know, there have been several hundred patients with titan myopathy. The type of situation that Aliannah has."
Leah gasped in excitement before the doctor continued: "And that's throughout the world. And they've found that many patients like Aliannah's situation with no heart or lung involvement can live into their seventies at least. That is very good information for you to know."
Leah revealed to the camera that she does not want her daughter to "worry" about her "life expectancy" as she grows to understand more about her condition.
She admitted that it was an ongoing fear for her and the twin's father Corey Simms, 31, of how quickly the disease would progress.
She said: "With discovering more cases, it gives me hope for my little girl. I feel like we can look further into her future. It does bring us hope."
The Hope, Grace & Faith author recently shared new testing on a nearly decade-old muscle biopsy may reveal new insight into her daughter's disease as well.
Leah opened up about her daughter's diagnosis on the MTV show's reunion special to hosts Dr. Drew and Nessa Diab.
Dr. Drew said on the show: "A quick thing on Ali's disorder, her muscular dystrophy – I caught that the doctor was changing her prognosis a bit, because they now have a bigger cohort with her rare genetic, specific problem, right?"
Leah replied: "I have so much good news about this – I have just partnered with a not-for-profit organisation and sent her muscle biopsy from 2012 to OSU – Ohio State University…"
The TV star had to take a breath as she started to tear up and mentioned: "Guys this has been a hell of a 12 years… for treatment and a cure…
"If they had us stop looking for a diagnosis, I would never be 12 years into it, we're finding a cure in research."
She added: "Don't tell me f***ing science isn't real because that's my daughter's livelihood."
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