Teen Mom's Bristol Palin spoils son Tripp with $210 Gucci slides in belated 13th birthday present

TEEN MOM's Bristol Palin has splashed the cash on her son Tripp as she revealed she bought him designer slides worth $210 for his 13th birthday.

The MTV star took to her Instagram story yesterday to share the moment she gifted her eldest the Gucci shoes as a belated birthday present.

In the clip, Bristol filmed the teen unboxing his designer gift with much excitement after celebrating his 13th birthday on December 27.

Captioning the shot, she penned: "some late b day presents" (sic).

The post comes a day after the star called her time on Teen Mom 'embarrassing' as she sobbed rewatching the series.

She announced her departure from the series in 2019 after just one season.

Bristol brought fans along as she revisited her brief stint as a Teen Mom star, posting several photos and videos to her Instagram Story.

"Y'all, you're not gonna believe what I'm watching right now. That is not me," she said as she panned from her face to herself on the TV screen.

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Bristol continued: "I almost forgot about all this."

She captioned the clip: "I CANNOT!" before sharing another video of her TV screen showing a scene from the MTV reality show with the caption, "I really cannot. miss @kristenk926 tho"

Bristol then appeared in the frame yet again, this time saying: "Y'all, we all go through struggles.

"I will admit it's very weird watching it play out on TV, especially when you haven't thought about this show, or even acknowledge that you've been on anything like this before.

"It's very weird seeing it in retrospect, I'll be honest with you, but my kids are so cute so I think it's special to see that. Crazy, crazy, crazy. Full circle. God is good."


Panning to the TV again, Bristol shared another post featuring a scene from Teen Mom.

She wrote over the video: "embarrassing, but let's get reallllll, new to Texas.. didn't know anyone or have any support here.. no job.. 3 young kids.. and my husband had just left me.."

In another slide, she shared a photo of her and her daughters, writing: "full circle.. my kids are happy and healthy."

She followed it up with a baptism photo, writing: "+ strengthen my relationship with God"

Bristol then posted a photo of herself and her "crew," captioning the snap: "+ have an incredible crew and together we have created a rapidly successful, and growing business. (helping over 70 families in the last 12 months alone)"

She then shared another video, this time showing herself crying.

Bristol wrote: "just all fun and games til you really sit, and see how far God carried ya". She added: "thankful."

Her series of posts ended with this message, which read: "I'm still a hot mess – so don't get it twisted, but all I'm saying is don't sleep, or doubt, on God's glory being able to be revealed in you too."

Although she's no longer on the MTV show, Bristol – and her family – are still very much in the spotlight.

Over the summer, fans speculated that she and ex Dakota Meyer, the husband who left her during her stint on Teen Mom, got back together.

Amid rumors the pair were working toward reigniting their romance, Bristol shared a cryptic quote that added fuel to the fire.

The quote read: "value anyone who supports you with something to gain from it."

That same week, she shared a video of herself with Dakota, as the pair spent time with daughters Sailor and Atlee.

The pair married in 2016 but divorced only two years later in 2018.

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