‘Alaskan Bush People’: Gabe Brown and Raquell’s Baby Born – Month Past Due Date?

Alaskan Bush People star Gabe Brown and his wife Raquell Rose Pantilla Brown announced the due date of their baby as November 10, 2019. But that was a month ago and no baby announcement has surfaced as of yet.

Alaskan Bush People: Baby Overdue for Gabe Brown and Raquell Rose Brown?

Raquell Rose Brown and Gabe Brown’s baby will make the second grandchild for the parents of Alaskan Bush People wolf pack, Billy and Ami Brown. When Gabe and Raquell Pantilla announced their pregnancy to the Discovery Channel show’s fans they followed with a photo of the ultrasound.

Raquell and Gabe are expecting a baby boy making this the second grandson in the wolf pack family. Noah Brown and Rain Brown have a boy Elijah Brown. Then Bear Brown and his estranged girlfriend expect a baby, another boy, in April. This will bring the grandbaby number to three.

The Alaskan Bush People wilderness family are popular reality show celebrities. So fans still wait for Gabe and Raquell’s birth announcement. Was Raquell’s due date miscalculated or is she a month overdue? Probably neither of the two.

Alaskan Bush People: Matt Brown - Noah Brown - Gabe Brown - Bear Brown - Joshua Brown - SnowBird Brown

 

Not Ready for Flood Gates to Open?

What seems more feasible is the family members of the Alaskan Bush People are keeping the baby’s birth under wraps. Probably just to give the first time parents, Raquell and Gabe, some time enjoying their baby before being thrust into the limelight.

This wouldn’t be the first time fans of a reality show watched and waited as a projected due date came and went without a word.

Alaskan Bush People: Gabe Brown Says ‘Soon’

So it stands to reason that a newborn baby is at home with Raquell Rose Brown, along with her husband Gabe Brown. It looks like Gabe recently offered a hint of this when replying to a fan’s question online.

On a recent Gabe Brown post a follower asked  when fans get to see his and Raquell’s baby. Gabe answered “soon” with a smiling emoji. So that seems to indicate they’re taking their time before the announcement. This little family probably wants some time alone as a new family before the flood gates open.

The new season of Alaskan Bush People is underway with new episodes airing Wednesdays on The Discovery Channel.

Make Soap Dirt your number one source for all the latest on Alaskan Bush People.