Rob Kardashian is 'completely free' of diabetes
Rob Kardashian is "completely free" of diabetes.
The 29-year-old 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star has been battling with his weight, which had started to have a negative impact on his health, but after a recent visit to his nutritionist Goglia the television star has been given the "best news" that he is cleared of any health risks.
Speaking on the upcoming episode of his own reality programme 'Rob & Chyna', which will air on E! on Sunday (09.10.16), he said: "I just met with Goglia, the nutritionist, and he just told me all of my numbers and I'm completely free of diabetes.
"That's like the best news I've heard all year, literally."
However Rob's fiancé Blac Chyna - who is expecting her first child with Rob, and already has three-year-old son King Cairo with her former partner Tyga - quizzed her husband-to-be on his feelings of joy about the news of their baby.
She said: "What about us having a baby?"
The Arthur George sock designer swiftly backtracked and admitted fatherhood is "obviously" better than his recent results.
He said: "That's obviously in front of that. The baby is obviously the best news ... that's of my life."
Meanwhile, Rob - who proposed to the glamour model earlier this year - has revealed the couple "need a new start" and he intends to "prove" to Chyna he is "back on track".
Speaking about their relationship, he said: "I'm going to prove to her that I'm back on track and she hopefully sees that."
Despite Rob's claims to fix his relationship by suggesting the couple buy a house together, it has recently been reported the pair are still living in separate houses in California, after Rob allegedly sent flirtatious messages to another woman whilst with Chyna.
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that the future of the couple's reality TV show is in doubt because of tension between them.
They have reportedly been refusing to shoot scenes together and Rob, is returning to his reclusive ways, leading show bosses at E! to worry that if they signed up for a second series, he would not commit to a full season.