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Khloe Kardashian: 'Rob's going to be a great father like my dad'

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Khloe Kardashian: 'Rob's going to be a great father like my dad'

Rob Kardashian is sure to be a fantastic first-time father, according to sister Khloe Kardashian.

The 29-year-old reality star is expecting his first child with fiancee Blac Chyna, with the baby girl due any day now. And as Khloe appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night (03Nov16), she revealed the reasons she believes Rob is going to take to parenthood like a duck to water.

"Rob has so many traits like my dad, so I think he's gonna be great with a baby. I'm sure he's nervous, I think any new dad should be," she said.

However, while it's Rob and Chyna who are gearing up to be first time parents, Khloe revealed her soon to be sister-in-law is suffering some confusion about the nature of her relationship with Rob's sibling.

“Chyna keeps going, 'Are you ready? We're having a baby!’” she said. "But we meaning, her and I. And I'm like, ‘Ah yes,’ laughing it off, and now I'm beginning to think no, she's really serious, like it's really her and I."

Meanwhile, Khloe is also enjoying success in her personal life, as her relationship with Cleveland Cavaliers basketball player Tristan Thompson is going from strength to strength.

The romance means Khloe is spending an increasing amount of time in the Ohio city, but there is one aspect of being in Cleveland that the 32-year-old particularly enjoys.

“It's so funny, the first week I was there – me and my friends – we went to the gym and we went to Target and we were in the car and they were like, 'Don't you like it? There's no paparazzi here!'” Khloe recalled. “And I was like, 'I love it! No one even notices me!' Then I get out of the car and someone was like, 'Oh my God, you should get paid to be a Khloe Kardashian lookalike, you look just like her!' and I was like 'You’re so right, I should!' but why would something think I'm at a Target in Cleveland? No one would think that!”

- Cover Media