By Michael Hansberry (staff@latinospost.com) | First Posted: Oct 24, 2012 06:10 PM EDT

Bobbi Kristina Brown and Nick Gordon attend the opening night of "The Houstons: On Our Own" in New York.
(Photo : Reuters)

Late singer Whitney Houston probably rolled around in her grave from the rumors her daughter Bobbi Kristina is pregnant and engaged to her "brother."

Rumors surfaced a few days ago that Bobbi was pregnant by her "brother" Nick Gordon. Houston took Gordon in as a boy and raised him as her own, hence the moniker "brother."

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Rumor Fix says the pregnancy story is not true.

"The pictures the gossip site found are from the worst angles possible and they do make it look like Bobbi Kristina might have a belly - but we noticed it's because she's bending over or posing in an awkward fashion. The other pictures from that same series shown here - don't reveal a belly at all," Rumor Fix said.

The gossip site Media Takeout published photos from Bobbi Kristina's new Lifetime reality show "The Houstons: On Our Own," which  ABC News reports, started filming only three months after the singer's death.

Bobbi Kris is, however, engaged to Gordon. In the show's first episode, ABC says viewers see the19 year old drinking wine, visiting her mother's grave and officially announcing her engagement.

Whitney's sister-in-law Pat Houston sat down with ABC to discuss the show and Bobbi Kristina.

"Let me just say this," Pat said. "You hear the expression 'I'm grown' on the show. A lot of teenagers, when they hit 18, they think they're grown. They think they know it all, they think they know about relationships. And you talk to them and you try and navigate them and guide them, because you've been there. I don't expect a 19-year-old or a 20-year-old to think like I do because they haven't reached adult status yet."

She said she was close with Bobbi Kristina even before Whitney passed.

"Even when her parents were living, I was always Auntie Pat," Pat said. "Growing up with a lineage of women who have always looked after you and your nieces -- that's how I grew up. So I've always been there for her. It's a little different now because I really have to be present in her life. I can't just be Auntie Pat."

"The Houstons: On Our Own" debuts tonight on Lifetime at 9 p.m.

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