Saturday, October 22, 2016
Question for Sarah and Todd Palin-Update: New question, Is this Charlie?
Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?
Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?
Update: Is this your grandson Charlie?
Bristol Palin is celebrating what appears to be the newest addition to her family.
The 25-year-old mother-of-two took to Instagram on Friday to share a heartwarming photo of her seven-year-old son Tripp holding an unidentified baby boy while his nearly 10-month-old half-sister Sailor Grace watches with delight.
The baby, whom one commenter referred to as Charlie, is thought to be the son of her older brother Track's girlfriend Jordan Loewe.
'Oh my heart!' Bristol captioned the image, which sees her little ones sitting on a rug in their living room as they admire the baby.
Both Tripp, Bristol's only child with her ex-fiance Levi Johnston, and the little boy are wearing camouflage, which is a popular pattern for the Palin family.
Last month Bristol shared a family photo of her and Dakota posing with their children, her parents, her siblings, and heavily pregnant woman who appears to be Jordan.
In the photo Track has his arm around her and it has been noted online that Jordan had registered for items for a baby boy at The Bump, which stated her due date to be October 7.
Daily Mail Online has reached out to his mother Sarah Palin for comment.
Track has kept a low profile since he was arrested in January at his parents' house in Wasilla, Alaska. His girlfriend Jordan had reported at the time that she was afraid he would shoot himself with an AR-15 assault rifle.
She also told authorities that Track punched her in the face.
He was charged with assault, interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime, and possessing a weapon while intoxicated after the incident at the Wasilla home, where he lives.
In July, his attorney said he entered plea agreement at special court for veterans. He pleaded guilty to a weapons misconduct charge and had two misdemeanors, including assault, dropped.