Kylie Jenner ‘can’t stop looking’ at niece
Kylie Jenner "can’t stop looking" at her newborn niece.
The 19-year-old reality TV star was reduced to tears when she met her half-brother Rob Kardashian and his fiancée Blac Chyna’s baby daughter Dream on Thursday (11.10.16).
Taking to her Twitter account, the ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ star – who is dating Chyna’s ex-boyfriend Tyga – wrote: "I can’t stop looking at her congrats @robkardashian @BLACCHYNA she’s so beyond beautiful, a dream (sic)"
And the brunette beauty – who had a two-year feud with Chyna after she began dating Tyga – will get plenty more opportunities to stare at the little one, as the 28-year-old model has already asked her to babysit Dream and her four-year-old son King Cairo, whom she has with the ‘Rack City’ hitmaker.
Asked if she’d let Kylie babysit, Chyna said recently: "Yeah, she [Kylie] could babysit the baby and King at the same time."
Dream was born via C-section at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles at 9:18 am (PT) and weighed a healthy 7 lbs. 5 oz.
Rob’s mother Kris Jenner witnessed the little one take her first breath on earth, while Chyna’s mother Tokyo Toni was also on hand for the special day as she joined the proud parents as they arrived at the hospital at 6:40am (Pacific Time) for planned birth.
The 61-year-old ‘momager’ said recently: "I got to watch [the] delivery. It was so beautiful and I’m so excited and happy to have another grandchild! It was one of the most precious moments of my life."
Rob’s sister Khloe Kardashian drove straight to the hospital after she found out the little one had been born, while his other sibling Kourtney Kardashian paid a visit a few hours later.
Khloe, who was the first to publicly congratulate the couple, wrote: "My new niece is absolutely stunning!!! So thankful I was able to land in time to witness this miracle happen! Praise God!"
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