She's such a cutie!
Rob Kardashian is every inch the proud father after showing off a picture of his seriously cute baby daughter Dream on Instagram.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star and his fiancee Blac Chyna welcomed their little girl to the world last November, and Rob has been unable to resist sharing cute snaps of the tiny tot on social media ever since.
In a pic captioned "My baby" Dream can be seen staring straight into the camera with her big, beautiful brown eyes.
Rob’s followers were quick to comment, with some saying how much they thought Dream looked like her father, writing: “Just perfect and beautiful, and the spitting image of her daddy xx.”
Another remarked: “So, so cute with lots of hair.”
While someone else commented: “Rob she is so perfect. Her hair is so cute. Well done you two..”
This comes just days after Rob posted a snap of Dream sweetly smiling in her sleep, with the caption: "Goodnight 💖👐👐"
It seems things may be happier for Rob at the moment after he and Chyna were said to have hit a rocky patch recently.
Rob is said to suffer from “depression and mood disorders” and this has apparently put a strain on him and Chyna.
The couple chose not to attend the Kardashian family celebrations over the Christmas period and instead stayed at home with Dream to focus on their relationship.
A source told Entertainment Tonight: “It’s safe to say Chyna and Rob took some time off to focus on their immediate family. It’s not a bad thing, and they needed a break for themselves, and their daughter. They are back together now focusing on their relationship.
“It’s understandable that (Rob) wants their opinion on things that are going wrong, but as everyone knows, family doesn’t forget, especially a mum. So, after Rob calls his sisters and mother and shares everything with them, it’s hard for Chyna to re-enter the family after they reconciled, mainly for Dreams’s sake.”
To make matters worse, Rob was diagnosed with diabetes after being rushed to hospital on Christmas Day, according to TMZ.
He told family he “wasn’t feeling well” before his health took a turn and, after a series of tests, doctors told him he had diabetic ketoacidosis, a complication of diabetes that happens when the body produces his levels of blood acids, or ketones.
He was stabilised and allowed to return home to recover with his loved ones.