It seems the Kardashian clan has worked through their relationship woes. Although recent episodes of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” have highlighted tension between Rob and his sisters, Kim, Khloé and Kylie Jenner, following the news of his surprise engagement, the dynamics appear to have changed post-filming.
On Monday, June 27, the former “Kocktails With Khloé” host was showered with love on her 32nd birthday. The close-knit crew headed to a local Dave & Busters to celebrate, where they were joined by Rob’s pregnant fianceé Blac Chyna, Chrissy Teigen, John Legend and Larsa Pippen.
The siblings played several arcade games and looked to be in good spirits — at least from their respective social media accounts.
Teigen also got in on the action, Snapchatting from the party, sharing video clips of herself and her R&B singer husband enjoying date night. The star also posted a selfie video of herself with the birthday girl.
Meanwhile, an insider previously told People that the family has now come to peace with Rob’s romance, acknowledging that Chyna has had a positive impact on the dad-to-be’s life, including his recent weight loss. “They feel like Chyna saved him,” said the insider. “The [Kardashian sisters] have gotten over their issues with Chyna now. They’ve welcomed her in.”
While the initial shock surrounding Rob’s romance may have caused some tension among loved ones, it’s certainly done wonders for his pockets. As previously reported, the dynamic duo recently inked a deal with E! for their very own docuseries, titled “Rob & Chyna.” Consisting of six one-hour episodes, the TV event will focus on the couple’s whirlwind love affair and their lives up to their now-infamous pregnancy.
The network also revealed that “Rob & Chyna” will culminate in a separate TV special that will air after Chyna gives birth to her little Kardashian. “Very few love stories have created as much pop culture buzz as Rob and Chyna’s, and we are thrilled to see Rob in such a happy place. We are excited to share the next chapter in their relationship,” said Jeff Olde, executive vice president of original programming and development at E! in a statement.