They may enjoy incredible success as a global brand, but it’s all about family for the Kardashian-Jenner clan – which is why they are putting their differences aside to celebrate the impending arrival of a new addition.

 

It has been revealed this weekend that brother Rob Kardashian is set to become a dad with his fiancée, Blac Chyna.

 

A representative for the mum-to-be, real name Angela Renée White, confirmed the news, telling Us Weekly: “She’s very happy.”

 

 

YES !...!...!

A photo posted by www.Lashedbar.co (@blacchyna) on

 

Blac went on to pay tribute to her little bundle of joy in her emoji range, which features a pregnant version of her cradling her belly.

 

Of course, Blac is already mum to three-year-old King Cairo, her son with rapper Tyga – who is currently in a relationship with Rob’s sister, Kylie Jenner.

 

Relations between Blac and the Kardashian-Jenners have not always been amicable, and this caused just a little bit of drama at the start of her relationship with Rob. However, Rob's sisters were among the first to ‘like’ Blac’s pregnancy photo.

 

 

A photo posted by www.Lashedbar.co (@blacchyna) on

 

Apparently, the couple already know the sex of their baby, but they are waiting for the right time to make the big reveal.

 

Congratulations to the couple on their lovely news.

 

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