Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian release first picture of baby Dream
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian have released the first official photograph of their newborn baby daughter Dream.
The happy couple welcomed their little girl into the world on Thursday (11.10.16) at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, and couldn’t wait to show her off to their adoring fans online.
A photo of baby Dream wrapped in a hospital blanket, clutching the 29-year-old sock designer’s finger, was uploaded to the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ official Twitter account.
A little while later, Chyna’s best friend Amber Rose – who has a long-running feud with Rob’s sister Kim Kardashain West – uploaded a photograph of her holding the little one online.
She accompanied the sweet shot, taken at the hospital, with the caption: "A Dream come true #DreamKardashian (sic)"
Dream was born in a luxury maternity suite, which costs an estimated $4,000-a-night, at the hospital, where Rob’s sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to their children.
Although the couple couldn’t wait to give the world a glimpse of their precious little girl, Rob’s mother Kris Jenner – who witnessed the birth – reportedly hired bodyguards to ensure no photographs were taken without their consent on the premises.
Rob’s family rushed to the hospital to meet the newest member of their clan and immediately took to their social networking sites to congratulate the proud parents on their beautiful arrival.
Khloe Kardashian – Rob’s sister – was the first to confirm the news of the birth as she gushed about her "miracle" niece.
She wrote: "My new niece is absolutely stunning!!! So thankful I was able to land in time to witness this miracle happen! Praise God!"
Chyna also has four-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-boyfriend Tyga, while Dream is the first child for Rob.
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