‘Alaskan Bush People’: Is Raiven Adams Wearing Her Engagement Ring in New Photo?

by Amy Myers
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Alaskan Bush People stars Raiven Adams and Bear Brown still haven’t addressed the suspicions about an engagement, but the evidence is quickly mounting. And now, we can add a possible ring sighting to the record.

Earlier today, Adams posted a few sweet photos with her boyfriend, Alaskan Bush People star Bear Brown, and their son, River. It seemed like a pretty casual outing, but there was one piece of bling that stood out. In one of the shots, Adams lifted the little tot into the air. Conveniently enough, her left hand faces the camera. And on her fourth finger is a particularly shiny rock.

We don’t think it’s too much of a stretch to think that it’s an engagement ring.

Take a look for yourself.

Not convinced? We wouldn’t be either if that was the only piece of evidence. But Bear Brown has posted some content that also points towards a future wedding with his baby mama.

Late last month, the Alaskan Bush People star posted a comic that turned a few heads. The gist of it was that the Joker was proposing to Harley Quinn using a grenade pin as a ring. While we don’t expect Adams to be walking around with a piece of an explosive device on her hand, we do think that this could be Brown’s subtle way of admitting to their engagement.

Not to mention, he also posted a video with Adams and River on November 21, promoting the season finale of the show. For just a moment, we see the same flashy ring on Adams’ forever finger.

What Would Make This ‘Alaskan Bush People’ Engagement Different Than the Last?

So, we know that Adams and Brown haven’t had the most steady relationship in the past. There were some custody arguments, some accusations of alcohol abuse and at least one broken engagement. And through it all, Instagram was the fuel that fanned the dysfunctional flames.

Both Alaskan Bush People stars were guilty of sharing their dirty laundry on social media, often criticizing the other for how they treated each other and the custody proceedings.

For a while, their relationship seemed irreconcilable. Then, suddenly, the two began posting photos of the family back together.

The main differences? Well, for one, distance is no longer an obstacle for the family. Adams now lives with Brown and the rest of the Alaskan Bush People family which seems to have been the best decision. Another difference is that they’re keeping the quarrels (if there are any) off Instagram.

But the most important distinction within their renewed relationship is that the focus truly seems to be on their son. Both Adams and Brown seem to be more dedicated than ever to giving River the best life possible. Hopefully, for the young family, this engagement will be the one that takes them to the altar.

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