Teen Mom Cheyenne Floyd reveals wedding date for nuptials with baby daddy Zach Davis and shares sweet photo of son Ace

TEEN MOM star Cheyenne Floyd has revealed the date for he pending nuptials.

The reality star posted a snap of her four-month-old son, Ace alongside the announcement.

Cheyenne took to Instagram to hint towards the proposed date of her wedding to Zach Davis.

A picture posted to her Instagram story shows off a display piece on her counter which reads "365 days until Mr & Mrs".

She pairs the post with a sweet caption of "I love you" as she tags her Teen Mom co-star and partner in crime, Zach, who she hopes to tie the knot with by the fall of 2022.

The countertop has also been adorned with candles, wine, flowers and old pictures as Cheyenne's announcement hints towards a September 29th wedding date.

Cheyenne followed the post with a couple of sweet snaps of her youngest child, Ace, as he lovingly smiles into the camera.

The reality stars got engaged in April and welcomed their first child together, Ace, back in May.

The star also shared a pic of her eldest child, daughter Ryder, who she shares with her ex, Cory Wharton.

The 29-year-old previously criticized Cory for not being around to help raise their four-year-old daughter.

During an episode of the MTV show earlier this month, Cory stopped by Cheyenne's house to share his plans to travel in the upcoming months.

After explaining that he had some work requirements for MTV's The Challenge, Cory also shared that he planned to travel for his 30th birthday.

Cheyenne did not take the news well and slammed her ex for “partying for four months” while she’s pregnant.

The TV personality angrily expressed her concerns over Cory not being around to help with Ryder.

The insults continued when she called him a “piece of s**t” for being out of town on Ryder’s birthday.

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