Blac Chyna: I had to hide my first pregnancy
Blac Chyna claims she had to "hide" her first pregnancy.
The 28-year-old model – who has King Cairo, four, with her ex-partner Tyga and one-month-old daughter Dream Renée with her fiancé Rob Kardashian – loved being able to share the journey to Dream’s birth so publicly with her family, friends and fans.
Speaking in a preview for an upcoming episode of ‘Rob & Chyna: Baby Special’, she said: "With my first pregnancy, I didn’t do a maternity shoot, I didn’t have a baby shower.
"Having to hide your pregnancy is just not a good feeling. So now, with this baby, it’s really important everybody that supported me share this moment."
It comes after it was claimed the couple are planning a television wedding special, if they can secure the right price.
Rob and Chyna are said to be looking at wedding venues which would be able to be filmed.
Meanwhile, the pair have moved in together into Kylie Jenner’s old house.
A source said at the time: "Rob wants to live with Chyna and spend every day with Dream. He’s making a big effort to get along with Chyna. She seems very happy with him. They are getting along great and enjoying parenting together.
"Rob is super hands on with Dream. She’s changed his life. She makes him want to be better. And he’s spending a lot more time with his family."
When the baby was first born, the couple initially decided to live separately as they didn’t want their little girl to see them "fighting".
At the time, an insider added: "They are living separately right now until the baby is born because they don’t want the fighting to affect the baby.
"They think it is a healthier way to live until the baby is born. He is living Calabasas and she is in Tarzana. It’s just temporary and because they are living apart, the fighting has gotten less."
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