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Rob Kardashian celebrates family peace after Blac Chyna and Kylie Jenner make up

Published 22/04/2016

Rob Kardashian
Rob Kardashian

Rob Kardashian wants everyone to get along.

Reality star Rob Kardashian is elated drama between his fiancee Blac Chyna and his half-sister Kylie Jenner has been put to rest.

The trio has quite a complicated relationship, as Kylie is currently dating Blac's former fiance rapper Tyga, and Rob is now engaged to wed Blac, the mother of Tyga's son.

To combat recent reports suggesting there's a family rift, the 18-year-old Keeping Up with the Kardashians star and the 27-year-old glamour model posed together in a mirror selfie on Snapchat on Thursday (22Apr16), adding a caption suggesting they are "best friends".

And on Friday (22Apr16) Rob stepped in to express his sheer delight over the fact his younger sister and his future wife have bonded, posting a picture of the two ladies together on his Instagram account, and adding the caption: "So happy my girls finally got to talk and make peace! #MyFamily #AllLove."

Rob Kardashian began dating Blac at the start of the year (16), and earlier this month (Apr16), the couple shocked fans by announcing an engagement.

And even though Kylie expressed her support for Blac via social media this week (beg18Apr16), other members of the Kardashian clan have yet to publicly congratulate the couple on their engagement, and some gossip outlets insist Rob's relatives are furious about his plans to marry Blac.

However, a source tells Radar Online Rob's sibling Khloe Kardashian is finally coming around to the idea of having Blac Chyna as a potential sister-in-law after addressing the romance with the couple.

"Khloe invited Rob and Blac over because she is just really sick of this bulls**t drama,” an insider told the website. "After meeting with the two of them face-to-face, Khloe realises that they are actually in love. She calmed down and she apologised."

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