TEEN Mom star Chelsea Houska has opened up about wanting her daughter Aubree to have "privacy" in her relationship with her dad.
The 29-year-old, who stepped down from the hit MTV show after ten seasons, said the decision came as she "worried" about her 11-year-old.
Speaking to E! News, Chelsea explained the decision to move on was a "build up" of a feeling "in her heart" that she couldn't ignore.
"It just didn't feel like I was supposed to be on that show anymore," she explained, before diving into "conversations" she had with Aubree.
"There were conversations that Aubree and I were having from time to time," Chelsea went on. "There came a point where I was just worried because I don't want her to ever be like she can't tell me things because it's going to be aired to millions of people.
"When she was little, the stuff that was going on with her dad, it was from my point of view, and as she got older, it started coming from her.
"I think that deserves to be private for her. That was ultimately what kind of pushed me to decide to step away and leave that chapter of life."
Chelsea welcomed first child Aubree with ex Adam Lind on 16 and Pregnant, before going on to have three kids with husband Cole DeBoer.
The pair were married in 2016, and have since welcomed Watson, four, Layne, two, and Walker June, two months.
The MTV star recently shared new pictures of her eldest child as fans were stunned at how "grown-up" she looked.
The Teen Mom 2 alum, who recently revealed she was quitting the show, is on a mission to reach her post-baby fitness goals by her 30th birthday.
Last month, she shared a clip with fans of her exercise bike and revealed her “first postpartum workout [was] about to go down.”
She then shared another frame to her Instagram Stories saying, “Update: I’m very out of shape.”
Earlier in March, Chelsea told fans that she was feeling "ready and motivated" to start working out following the birth of new baby Walker.
She told fans: "I'm ready to just… I turn 30 this year and I'm ready to be motivated."
Chelsea has been open about the pressure new moms face to snap back to their pre-baby weight.
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