Glowing Blac Chyna cradles newborn Dream in Snapchat video
Blac Chyna couldn't wait for her newborn daughter Dream to make her Snapchat debut.
Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's newborn daughter is already familiarising herself with social media - less than 24 hours after her birth.
The reality TV couple welcomed baby Dream Renee Kardashian on Thursday (10Nov16) after Chyna underwent a Caesarean section at Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
And clearly revelling in becoming a mother for the second time, Chyna couldn't resist taking to her Snapchat to share footage of her new daughter.
In the short clip, Chyna is seen beaming with delight as she cradles baby Dream, adding a flower crown filter to her new daughter.
Dream's Snapchat debut came after she was already featured on Instagram, with father Rob posting a snap of his first-born, writing: "Today was amazing I am so lucky!! Thank you @blacchyna for having our baby and being so strong! I love you so much and can't wait to see her get older day by day with you Chy! I love you and Dream so much and Appreciate both of you."
Chyna's close friend Amber Rose also posted a picture of herself holding Dream on Instagram, writing: "A Dream come true #DreamKardashian."
Rob was joined by his mother Kris Jenner and sister Khloe Kardashian for Dream's birth, and another of his siblings, Kourtney Kardashian, commented on the new arrival after seeing her brother's Instagram post.
"I love you Bobby!! She's an angel," Kourtney wrote, while also starting to follow Chyna on the photo-sharing website.
Kylie Jenner also congratulated her half-brother and Chyna, while Kendall Jenner and Kim Kardashian had not commented on the new arrival at the time WENN went to press.
According to sources, Rob and Chyna decided on the unusual moniker for their daughter because they consider her a "dream come true".
Dream's arrival was also captured by the cameras and will air on network E! on 18 December (16) as a Rob & Chyna Baby Special.
A statement from the network promised to "take viewers into the delivery room" in the special.
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