TEEN Mom star Ryan Edwards' wife Mackenzie showed off her dramatic weight loss as she shared a snap while working out.
The 24-year-old documented her work out in an Instagram Story post on Monday.
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Mackenzie wore a flowy white shirt, black leggings and sneakers in the snap, while her hair was pulled back into a high ponytail.
The Teen Mom star captioned the post: "Even when you have a million reasons not to… show up. Show up for you."
The mother of three has been documenting her weight loss journey on social media, which comes after she and Ryan welcomed daughter Stella last January.
In addition to Stella, Mackenzie shares 2-year-old son Jagger with Ryan and has son Hudson from a previous marriage.
Ryan, who missed Jagger's birth because he was in rehab at the time, is also father to 12-year-old son Bentley with ex Maci Bookout.
The 33-year-old MTV star has had a tumultuous relationship with Maci, 29, over the years.
Maci was previously granted a restraining order against Ryan in 2017 after he allegedly threatened to kill her and her husband Taylor McKinney, though the order ended in May 2020.
The Teen Mom star's co-parenting attempts with Ryan have been unsuccessful, as Ryan's father Larry told The Sun this past fall that Ryan was “not allowed” to see Bentley.
The recent season of Teen Mom OG has documented Ryan's strained relationship with Bentley, who has begun to see a therapist in an attempt to help their relationship.
During a past episode, Maci said Bentley wanted to go to counseling with Ryan as the father called the request "bulls**t."
In addition to his drama with Maci, Ryan has had many run-ins with the law.
He was arrested back in 2017 for heroin possession, then arrested for violating probation the following year.
Ryan was arrested again in 2019 for skipping out on a bar bill and he served three months in jail.
The Sun exclusively revealed earlier this month that Ryan, who has had a long battle with substances abuse, had been sued for “recklessly” causing a car crash.
The “suffering victim” is now demanding $290,000.
Ryan denied all of the claims against him, including that his “negligence” and "recklessness” caused the car crash.
The case remains ongoing and a trial date is pending.
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