CHEYENNE Floyd first captivated audiences with her life story when she appeared on MTV’s third season of Are You The One? in 2015.
She went on to star in the network’s game show The Challenge: Rivals III the following year, which is where she met her first baby daddy, fitness coach Cory Wharton.
Since then, the reality star has appeared on Teen Mom OG, started a YouTube channel and a podcast about motherhood, launched a non-profit that creates awareness about metabolic disorders, and recently welcomed a second child with her current fiancé Zach David.
Here’s a look back at how the now 29-year-old has changed since she first rose to MTV fame.
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Floyd’s first stint with stardom occurred in 2015, when the then-22-year-old signed on to the third season of Are You The One?
Her main relationship during the season was Nelson Thomas, but it was ultimately confirmed that the two were not a perfect match.
Contestant Tyler Johnson was instead revealed to be her perfect match. Although the pair did not go on to have a romantic relationship, they remained friends.
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In 2016, the AYTO alum joined the cast of The Challenge: Rivals III.
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Though Floyd was eliminated in the Back It Up Elimination, she was soon brought back into the game with her teammate and former AYTO co-star Devin Walker-Molaghan.
She completed the Final Challenge in third place.
It was on this show she met Cory Wharton, who became the baby-daddy of her first child named Ryder.
Wharton is a familiar face for reality TV audiences: he has appeared on various shows including the Real World: Ex-Plosion, Battle of the Bloodlines, Invasion of the Champions and Total Madness.
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Floyd surprised fans when she announced her pregnancy while neglecting to mention who the father was.
In 2017, six months after she gave birth to her daughter Ryder, it was revealed that Wharton was the father.
Although the two obviously had at least one sexual encounter hidden from cameras, their relationship did not last long.
They continued to go on their separate ways romantically, dating other people, but have always had an incredible co-parenting friendship and bond.
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In 2018, it was announced that Floyd was joining the cast of Teen Mom OG.
She received backlash for this move because she technically wasn’t a teenager when she gave birth to her first child—she was actually 24-years-old.
Fans did sympathize with the new mother, however, when she opened up about her daughter’s health issues.
Ryder struggles with VLCAD deficiency—a metabolic disorder in which the body is unable to break down certain fats.
Floyd launched her non-profit called Rage Regardless Ry to help families dealing with similar issues.
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In 2019, Floyd learned that her daughter Ryder would soon be a big sister.
Wharton announced that he was expecting his second child, this time with on-again, off-again partner Taylor Selfridge.
Selfridge gave birth to a baby girl, Mila, in 2020.
Speaking to E! News at the time, Floyd said that she is close with both Wharton and Selfridge, calling their dynamic “one big, weird, blended, dysfunctional family.”
BABY NUMBER TWO 6 Credit: Instagram/Cheyenne Floyd
In January of 2021, while Floyd was vacationing with her then-boyfriend Zach Davis in Maui, she told her fans that she and Davis were expecting a child together.
Davis and Floyd had dated briefly in the past and rekindled their romance before becoming pregnant.
They welcomed a baby boy, named Ace, on May 27, 2021.
The couple is now engaged and planning a wedding for 2022.
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