'Teen Mom' Leah Messer Welcomes Third Baby Girl

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(Photo: Twitter/Leah Messer)Leah Messer and Jeremy Calvert

"Teen Mom' star Leah Messer has given birth to her third child, according to reports.

The 20-year-old, who has twin daughters from her first marriage, welcomed her first child with husband Jeremy Calvert on Monday morning, In Touch magazine claimed.

"Leah gave birth in the early hours of this morning (Feb. 4) to a beautiful baby girl," a close family friend allegedly told InTouch. "Mother and baby are happy and healthy. Leah went into labor late last night, and the baby was born this morning."

Fans began suspecting that Messer had gone into labour after she posted a cryptic tweet on Sunday.

"Yes, the time is near… Can't wait to meet you little Miss Calvert!" Messer tweeted Jan. 3.

The baby news comes one year after news broke that Messer suffered a miscarriage shortly after announcing that she was again pregnant with twins.

The mother of 3-year-old twin daughters, Aliannah Hope and Aleeah Grace Simms, was understandably devastated by her loss and Calvert previously spoke about their pain.

"It's a devastating experience, but all I can do is support Leah and take things day by day. It's hard, but we will get through it," Calvert told OK! magazine.

Messer was at her mother's home on a Saturday afternoon when she lost the baby, OK! reported.

"She was having extreme pain to the point where she couldn't get out of bed. Leah knew something was happening. She was bleeding and had body aches," a source told OK.

The reality TV star appears to be in a much better place than she was during her marriage to Simms. The pair ended their short marriage after a cheating scandal broke them apart, however they have since put aside their differences to co-parent for the sake of their children.

"[Corey] likes Jeremy a lot. Jeremy is a good guy," Simms' new girlfriend Summer Tavarez previously told HollywoodLife.com. "Leah being happy is very important to him...As long as they're happy, the girls are going to be happy and that's what is important to them."