And it seems like they might need that right now.
While Kim Kardashian West, Kourtney Kardashian, Khlo├â┬⌐ Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kendall Jenner all donned their sexiest outfits for the family-filled festivities, the sock mogul and Blac Chyna blew off the momager’s invitation.
Now, a source is telling Entertainment Tonight the parents decided to spend the big night working on repairing their relationship in the wake of that huge social media spat, for Dream Kardashian‘s sake.
The insider explained:
“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 and focusing on their relationship.”
Plus, the confidante confessed the Kardashian-Jenner fam still has a tough time accepting Chyna after witnessing all of her ups and downs with Rob:
“It’s understandable that [Rob] wants their opinion on things that are going wrong, but as everyone knows, family doesn’t forget, especially a mom. 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 Dream’s sake.”
However, the famous family does feel for the momma-of-two, since her husband-to-be is going through some mental health issues:
“The family does feel bad for Chyna at certain points. It’s hard to deal with a person suffering from depression and mood disorders. There are days that are bad and then good. Everything hinges on how Rob is doing the moment he wakes up — is he going to work that day, will he be a dad this day? The girls understand that Chyna is in a tough place, but ultimately, their priority is Rob and they will stand by him until the end.”
But, independently of this relationship roller coaster, the Kardashians just want what’s best for ChyRo’s little one:
“They’ll do everything they can to make sure Dream grows up in a very normal environment.”
What do U make of all this, Perezcious readers.
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