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Rob Kardashian not relocating to New York

Published 13/09/2016

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna
Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna

The U.S. reality star is preparing for the arrival of his daughter with fiancee Blac Chyna.

A realtor for a property Rob Kardashian reportedly bought has dismissed reports the U.S. reality star has purchased the home.

On Monday (12Sep16), Rob hit headlines after he announced he made the decision to relocate from California, after purchasing a huge home in New York state.

Sharing an aerial shot of his soon-to-be-home, Rob tweeted: "Just closed the deal on my new house and can't wait to move out of CALI ‼ (sic) AMERICA!!!!!"

The nine-bedroom, eight-bathroom home is in Southampton - a village which makes up part of the Hamptons, an hour and a half's drive away from New York's JFK Airport.

However, it now seems Kim Kardashian's brother was joking when he made the announcement because a realtor for the New York property insists he is "not the buyer," and all the rumours are "not true."

Rob is expecting a baby with fiance Blac Chyna and earlier this year (16) he purchased a $2.285 million (£1.7 million) property in the same gated community in Calabasas, California, as his mother Kris, and sisters Kim, Khloe and Kourtney.

On Sunday (11Sep16), the pair revealed the baby's gender during the premiere of their new reality show Rob & Chyna.

After the gynaecologist told them they are having a girl, Rob appeared to be struggling with his emotions, telling Chyna: "Oh, that's crazy..."

Rob later added, "I'm just happy that the baby's healthy and I am super happy I am having a girl."

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