Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna 'eyeing up TV wedding'


 Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are reportedly considering filming their wedding for TV.

The couple got together at the beginning of the year, were engaged by April, 2016 and welcomed their daughter Dream just last month. Despite the ups and downs in their relationship, many of which were documented on reality show Rob & Chyna and Keeping Up with the Kardashians, it’s thought the pair are stronger than ever now their little girl has arrived and TMZ reports they are keen to tie the knot next year in front of TV cameras.

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“There's nothing contractually obligating them to shoot their wedding, but for the right price... they'd be all about it,” the outlet writes.

TMZ adds Rob and Chyna already have venues in mind but they’ve yet to finalise any plans. The talk of plans to air their nuptials comes after they allowed a camera crew to be present for the birth of Dream, earning them “hundreds of thousands of dollars”, according to the publication. The special episode of Rob & Blac is set to air in a couple of weeks.

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There have already been countless reports on the couple’s wedding plans since April, such as last week’s gossip that they will be walking down the aisle in July, 2017 to give Chyna time to slim down following her pregnancy weight-gain.

Chyna, who is also a mother to four-year-old King Cairo with ex Tyga, who is currently dating Rob’s half-sister Kylie Jenner, reportedly began looking at gowns just a week after her and Rob’s engagement was announced.

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"Chyna will have at least two dresses on her wedding, both statement pieces," a source previously told E! News, adding, "(She) has an idea on who she may want to design her dresses."

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