Rob Kardashian is making pregnant Blac Chyna 'comfortable'
Rob Kardashian is making Blac Chyna "comfortable" during her pregnancy.
The 29-year-old television personality - who is expecting his first child with his fiancée in November - has reportedly been pampering the 28-year-old model by giving her massages and foot rubs.
A source said: "Rob definitely pampers Chyna at home. He rubs her feet and gives her lots of shoulder massages to make sure she feels good. Rob is making sure she's comfortable."
The 'Rob & Chyna' stars are known for having dramatic fall outs, but the insider added that they always "quickly" resolve their spats and they are just "happy" and "excited" for the arrival of their little girl.
The insider told E! News: "They have their minor spats, but it doesn't ever last very long and they tend to resolve things quickly.
They are totally good right now though, happy and excited for a baby girl."
Meanwhile, the sock designer is said to get on very well with Chyna's three-year-old son King Cairo - who she has with 'Rack City' rapper Tyga, who is Rob's half-sister Kylie Jenner's boyfriend - and they have a "cute" bond together.
The source added: "He likes Rob and they have a cute little relationship. King likes to show Rob his toys."
And it seems the couple are on top of everything regarding the birth of their child, with Chyna already looking into the benefits of breastfeeding, and hinting she will eat the unborn tot's placenta.
Discussing how she feels "obligated, in a sense" to breastfeed, she recently said: "Maybe [it's] my motherly instinct.
"Just reading and knowing the pros of breastfeeding for your baby, and just recently I found out some new, cool stuff about not cutting the cord and sending your placenta, you can get these pills to take them after to make you and the baby healthy.
"If you notice dogs and cats, when they have their babies, they eat the placenta.
"You're like, 'No, don't do that!' But they do, it's a healthy thing.
"I feel like with my second baby, I'm more educated than the first one."