Rob Kardashian has a seaside child on his fingers!
The doting dad shared a too-cute picture of his lovely 4-year-old daughter, Dream Kardashian, on Saturday, July 17. The little woman was buried as much as her waist within the sand whereas having fun with a seaside day with daddy. She wore a backward pink New Period ball cap and a cute swimsuit, however even her arms have been buried. The emoji-loving father chosen an assortment of acceptable ones for the caption of his submit.
“Seashore child 🥰🏄♀️🌊💙💙,” Rob wrote on social media.
The carefree little woman didn’t thoughts all of the sand getting in her lengthy curly hair! Rob’s followers have been fast to ship love within the feedback part of his submit. “She’s so fairly 😍 💖,” one complimentary fan wrote, whereas one other wrote, “she’s ur twin i swear 🥺.” “DREAM IS SO PERFECT!!!” a 3rd follower weighed in.
Apparently sufficient, plenty of Rob’s followers are jealous of her healthy-looking nature hair and dubbed the baby #hairgoals!
Daddy Daughter Dates
Rob not often posts on social media, however when he does… it’s all about Dream! In June, he revealed that her favourite superhero is Marvel Lady, so daddy helped her together with her very personal Marvel Lady costume. Dream stood face-to-face with a tough-looking stuffed tiger as she was decked out within the makeshift headband, belt, and shinguards.
“My Queen wished to be her favourite superhero — WONDER WOMAN — so right here she is
,” he wrote alongside the cute makeup fiasco.
Calling Blac Chyna’s Lawsuit A ‘Publicity Stunt’
Dream and Rob definitely appear to have a great relationship, however sadly, the identical can’t be mentioned about Rob’s relationship with Dream’s mom, Blac Chyna. The Kardashians just lately crammed court docket paperwork calling Chyna’s ongoing lawsuit a “publicity stunt.” As we’ve reported, Blac Chyna sued Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner for allegedly conspiring with E! and lied about her attacking Rob to get their actuality present canceled.
We hope the vicious authorized struggle stays within the courtroom and doesn’t spill over into the playroom.