Reality TV stars Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have become parents to a baby girl they've named Dream.
Model Chyna gave birth to the couple's first child via a Cesarean section at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center on Thursday (November 16), according to multiple reports.
Rob was by his fiancee's side, while his mother Kris Jenner and her boyfriend Corey Gamble were also spotted arriving at the hospital.
The little girl has been named Dream.
The newborn is Chyna's second child - she also has a four-year-old son, named King Cairo, with her ex-fiance, rapper Tyga, who is now dating Rob's younger sister Kylie Jenner.
Reports suggest the baby's birth was filmed as part of an upcoming TV special for the couple's reality series “Rob & Chyna” on E! network.
Rob first became linked to Chyna in January, and they stunned fans by announcing their engagement in April.
They then served up another shock in May as they confirmed Chyna was pregnant.
The couple has been documenting its turbulent relationship on reality show “Rob & Chyna,” often fighting when the cameras are turned on them.
Despite the ups and downs of the romance, Rob's sister Khloe Kardashian is confident her brother will make a good father.
"Rob has so many traits like my dad, so I think he's gonna be great with a baby," she explained on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last week. "I'm sure he's nervous, I think any new dad should be."
The new baby makes Kris Jenner a grandmother for the sixth time - Rob's eldest sister Kourtney has three children with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, while Kim Kardashian has two kids with her rapper husband Kanye West.