It's a happy day for the Kardashian family. According to a report from Us Weekly, Rob Kardashian and his fiancée Blac Chyna (real name: Angela White) reportedly now know the gender of their unborn baby — and it looks like the world is going to have to keep up with even more Kardashian ladies. According to the magazine, Kardashian and Chyna are having a baby girl, which seems appropriate given that Kardashian grew up with his own flock of famous female siblings. According to the report, Kardashian and Chyna — whose legal name will reportedly be changed to Angela Kardashian once she's married — are thrilled about having a baby girl, whom will be a half-sibling to Chyna's son King Cairo Stevenson from her relationship Tyga. Though the Kardashian family tree is ever expanding in bizarre ways, this is one development that everyone should be so happy about.
It's no secret that Kardashian and Chyna's relationship started off with controversy. Chyna's ex Tyga is the on-again, off-again boyfriend of Kardashian's youngest half-sister Kylie Jenner, which means that Jenner will be the aunt and pseudo-stepmother to Tyga and Chyna's child. Obviously, that makes this just a tad weird for the rest of the Kardashian and Jenner clan — but, fortunately, it seems that any bad blood between Kardashian's wife-to-be and the mother of his child has been squashed, because Jenner and Chyna shared a photo together on Chyna's Snapchat story.
It sounds like this baby girl will be very loved. Now, the real question: will Chyna and Kardashian give her a first name that starts with a K? We'll find out soon enough, as the newest Kardashian will likely be born sometime in October.