CATELYNN Lowell's half-brother Nick has reunited with his biological father after 11 years apart.
Nick, 14, shared a sweet photo of him and his dad smiling at the camera with their arms around each other.
The teenager captioned the cute snap: "Reconnected after 11 years.:)"
While Catelynn failed to comment on the shot, her Teen Mom OG costar Amber Portwood extended her well wishes.
She wrote: "No! you are too tall now grrr! I remember when you were little saying Amber hey…lol so happy for you hun love you."
Nick and Catelynn have the same mother – April – and his father is believed to have been out of the picture for years.
The siblings have a strong bond, with the MTV star previously offering to adopt him if things got too tough with their mother.
Their mother April battled alcoholism while they were growing up and Catelynn previously claimed she would regularly "pass out" in front of them.
Back in 2012, she said, "If my mom derails again, I will step in and adopt my brother," and added that her husband Tyler Baltierra was on board with the idea.
Meanwhile, Teen Mom fans were shocked when Nick appeared alongside Catelynn in an episode earlier this month.
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Viewers couldn't get over how "grown up" the rarely-seen teenager looked onscreen.
During the episode, Catelynn noted that Nick now has a girlfriend and expressed her concerns to make sure he is practising safe sex.
While sitting down with her family members, Catelynn said: “I’m gonna do whatever I can to help my brother not suffer the same consequences."
She then offered to buy him condoms if he plans on having sex.
The MTV star’s concerns come from her emotional teenage pregnancy, which ended with her and Tyler placing their firstborn daughter, Carly, for adoption.
In addition to Carly, the couple also share daughters Novalee, six, and Vaeda, two.
The MTV sweethearts most recently welcomed daughter Rya Rose Baltierra on August 28.
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