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Kris Jenner: Dream Kardashian melts my heart

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Kris Jenner: Dream Kardashian melts my heart

Kris Jenner's new granddaughter Dream "melts [her] heart".

Dream Kardashian - the daughter of 29-year-old Rob Kardashian and his fiancée Blac Chyna - may only have been born a few days ago, but she's already capturing the hearts of the famous family.

The 61-year-old momager has taken to Instagram to post a picture of the tot with her grinning father, dubbing the newest addition to the family as a "dream come true".

The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star captioned the photo: "This face says it all and melts my heart... @robkardashian ... that smile ain't nothin but a DREAM congratulations Rob and Chyna!! @blacchyna#love #family #dreamcometrue @dream (sic)"

And the cute photo isn't the first time Kris has gushed over her youngest grandchild either, as she previously spoke about how "beautiful" it was to watch the bundle of joy be born.

She said: "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."

Dream - the first child for Rob and Chyna - took her first breath on earth at 9:18 am (Pacific Time) and weighed a healthy 7 lbs. 5 oz.

Rob and his 28-year-old beau have been paying $4,000-a-night to stay in a luxury maternity suite at the hospital, where Rob's famous sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian have previously given birth to their children.

But it's not all plain sailing for the couple, as Chyna - who has frequent arguments with her 'Rob & Chyna' co-star - is keen to live separately from Rob as she wants to maintain a calm environment for their baby.

A source said recently: "Rob and Chyna are going to keep their separate houses, even after their daughter is born.

"Rob can be a very hard person to live with. Chyna wants a healthy environment for both her children. If there is any chance of not having that, she will make sure to avoid it at all costs."