Standing in slippers on the side of the road with her baby probably wasn't the way new mom Brittany Cartwright saw her weekend starting but that's exactly what happened after Jax Taylor experienced car trouble.
The brand-new parents -- who welcomed their first child, son Cruz, in April -- were caught trapped on the streets of Los Angeles waiting for AAA to arrive on Saturday.
Nearby photographers captured the former Vanderpump Rules stars impatiently waiting for help to arrive.
Brittany held onto her almost two-month-old son tightly while shielding his eyes from the glaring sun.
Wearing a long-sleeved black shirt and spandex shorts, the ex-SUR waitress proved she wasn't camera ready with a messy bun on the top of her head.
She looked calmer than her husband, who greeted the AAA driver and looked less than impressed once he arrived.
Jax was photographed in his lounge attire, wearing black sweats, a baggy gray t-shirt, and slippers just like his wife.
Jax was spotted talking to multiple people prior to AAA arriving during the couple's long weekend.
Interestingly enough, his car troubles come just months after it was revealed he owes more than one million to Uncle Sam!
In April, Jax made headlines when his money issues were exposed. As Radar reported, the ex-reality TV star owes a total of $1.2 million in taxes.
Radar obtained the federal documents confirming the ex-SUR bartender is on the hook for $868,035 but that's not all. In the state of California, the former Pump Rules personality owes an additional $316,571.
Despite the couple's tax troubles, Brittany managed to give birth in Beverly Hills' swanky hospital Cedars-Sinai where stars like Jessica Simpson, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, and more have welcomed their children.
As for Brittany, she's stuck by her man through worse than major money issues, and she's made it clear that her two boys are her number one priority.
This isn't the first time we've heard about the former Vanderpump Rules star's financial woes -- but with a mortgage on their $1.9 million Los Angeles home and a brand-new baby, car trouble is the last thing the unemployed couple needs.