Bobbi Kristina Brown Pregnant? Photos of Whitney Houston's Daughter Show 'Baby Bump'

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(PHOTO:REUTERS/Lucas Jackson)Singer Whitney Houston performs with her daughter, Bobbi Kristina (L), during a taping of Good Morning America on ABC in New York September 1, 2009.

Bobbi Kristina Brown could be pregnant, according to new reports out this week.

The 19 year old daughter of late Whitney Houston is the target of new baby bump rumors by popular celebrity rumor site, Media TakeOut.

The rumors were sparked by a new photo showing her with a big "baby bump" showing through her white dress at the premiere party for the Houston family's new Lifetime reality show "Houstons: On Our Own."

However, others have suggested that the timing of the bump - just as their show is about to launch - has been carefully planned as a publicity stunt.

Bobbi Kristina has been in the media spotlight over the last eight months since her mother's untimely death in February. Whitney Houston died earlier this year aged 48, after being found unconscious in her hotel room bathtub the night prior to the Grammy Awards.

In the aftermath of that death Bobbi Kristina reportedly broke down, and was even hospitalized twice in the days after.

The teenager also reportedly started dating adopted brother Nick Gordon following her mother's death, which has also allegedly raised some concerns among friends and family.

Meanwhile in recent weeks Whitney Houston's mother, Cissy Houston, has been reported as saying that she felt the $20 million Bobbi Kristina was set to inherit from her mother's estate could be a negative influence on her. She believes that receiving such a huge cash injection as such a young age could prove a major distraction for her and could easily send her on the wrong path.

It has since been reported that Cissy and sister-in-law Marion Houston have filed a petition to amend the inheritance payments from Whitney's estate.

Bobbi Kristina told reporters at the premiere about her relationship, "As you can see, we are one."

Gordon added, "You guys are just going to have to watch."

Bobbi Kristina also indicated that her mother was on her mind, "To me, it's total respect for my mother, you know, showing that everyone cares," she said, talking about the show.

"You know they loved her and they appreciated her, no matter what," she said. "Despite the trials and tribulations we've been through, we're making it."

The show debuts this Oct. 24 at 9 p.m. ET on Lifetime.