Blac Chyna has just given birth to a healthy baby girl, the first child for Rob Kardashian and the second child for Chyna.
A little Dream
The couple have named their daughter Dream Renee Kardashian. Mum and bub are apparently doing well.
The newest Kardashian entered the world via c-section on Thursday at 9.18am, weighing 7 pounds 5 ounces (3.31kg). She apparently shares her middle name with her mum.
Dream is a baby sister for 4-year-old King, Chyna’s son with former partner (and now boyfriend to Kylie Jenner) Tyga.
E! News reports that the couple fronted up to Cedars-Sinai Hospital for the birth at around 6.40am with Chyna’s mum Tokyo Toni in tow.
The ‘glam-ma’ later celebrated the new addition on Instagram with an excited, blurry and very heavily made-up emoji.
Dream’s other grandma, Kris Jenner, and auntie Khloe Kardashian, were also present at the birth.
“I got to watch [the] delivery,” Jenner told E! News.
“It was so beautiful and I’m so excited and happy to have another grandchild! No. 6! It was one of the most precious moments of my life.”
Khloe, who has mostly shared a super-close relationship with her brother, took to Twitter to share her excitement.
My new niece is absolutely stunning!!! So thankful I was able to land in time to witness this miracle happen! Praise God!
— Khloé (@khloekardashian) November 10, 2016
Kris’s boyfriend Corey Gamble also joined the party, accompanying Khloe and Kris to the hospital. (We don’t know if he was in the delivery suite! We’re guessing not.)
Insiders says that the new baby has loads of hair and that her dad was “giddy excited” when the pair arrived at the hospital for the delivery.
Cameras will roll
While the couple’s tumultuous relationship has been tracked on reality show Rob and Chyna, it appears that they’ve set aside their drama for now, and may be putting on a united front for the sake of their baby.
That said, the cameras were rolling in true Kardashian style, and the Rob and Chyna Baby Special will air December 18. We’re sure to get the skinny on what’s going down then.
A big congratulations to Chyna, Rob, King and their families on the new arrival.