Rob Kardashian and his fiance, Blac Chyna, have met their baby girl just a little bit earlier than expected!
E! News and Love B. Scott were the first publications to pick up the info that Chyna successfully gave birth to little Dream Renee Kardashian via C-section at L.A.’s famed Cedars-Sinai Hospital on Thursday morning.
According to E! News, Dream was born 9:18 a.m. Pacific Time, weighing a healthy seven pounds, five ounces. Attending the delivery of the newest member of the notorious reality television family were matriarch of the Kardashian clan, Kris Jenner, her boyfriend, Corey Gamble, and Chyna’s mom and fellow Rob & Chyna personality, Tokyo Toni.
“She is gorgeous,” a source shared with the entertainment network, “and has tons of hair!”
Chyna and Rob were said to have made their way to Cedars-Sinai around 6:40 a.m. PT with Toni in tow. The new father apparently “couldn’t stop smiling” and exuded a “giddy [and] excited” attitude as he entered the hospital with the expectant mother. Both chose simplistic sartorial choices for the birth, black shirts and sweatpants, while grandma Toni similarly rocked a pair of the casual bottoms to join the couple.
Incidentally, speculation surrounding the arrival of Dream Renee came hours earlier through two Instagram posts from those directly in the know. For starters, as noted by In Touch, Rob took to the social media site late Tuesday night to share an image of a baby car seat inside of the couple’s Bentley.
“We ready,” the 29-year-old tagged with the pic, before deleting it soon after.
He also posted an adorably silly picture of mom-to-be Chyna looking more than ready to expel their spawn from her uterus (and who can blame her?).
Tokyo Toni also took to Instagram on Wednesday to state with a selfie that she, too, was “on her way to see [her] grand baby enter the world,” but like her future son-in-law before her, she also decided to delete the snap shortly after posting it.
Following the birth of Dream, Toni took to her Instagram once again to share a picture of her Chymoji figure with the phrase “All praises to God” attached to the image. None of Rob’s siblings have spoken on Dream’s arrival at the time of this posting.
As previously shared by sources connected to the production team of Rob & Chyna, as well as folks tied to the couple themselves, a bevy of cameramen were said to be waiting in the wings to shoot every moment of the birth for an upcoming E! special. However, due to certain protocols in place at Cedars-Sinai, there was a quite a bit of back-and-forth regarding whether or not they would actually be allowed to film the intimate event. Famed “momager” Jenner was said to have been negotiating with the PR team of Cedars-Sinai, but no confirmed decision was publicly released.
When it comes to what audiences will actually see of the birth, that all landed on Chyna. Although she and Rob were said by TMZ to have received quite a bit of dough for an all-access view into her second go at motherhood — she is also a mom to 4-year-old King Cairo, the heir to her now-defunct courtship with rapper Tyga (who is still dating future sister-in-law Kylie Jenner) — Chyna was, at last glimpse, still weighing the options on what she was willing to share on television.
Dream’s middle name, Renee, is also shared by the woman who brought her into the world, who was born Angela Renee White. Congratulations to the happy family!
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