Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna Announce PREGNANCY News - And They Already Know The Sex

In case you were too busy enjoying the glorious sunshine in the pub garden yesterday (and probably blacked out around 9PM), you might want to be made aware of the fact that Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are HAVING AN ACTUAL BABY.

Yes folks, there’s another mini-Kardashian on the way – and what’s more, they apparently already know the sex!

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But before you all start rushing off to Paperchase to find either a blue or pink card (or perhaps yellow if you don’t adhere to gender stereotypes – it’s 2016 people!!!), then sit yourself back down for five minutes.

According to E! News, the couple – who got engaged earlier this year – aren’t planning on sharing the news any time soon. A source told the site that “They do know the sex of the baby and will reveal it soon enough.”

The elusive insider added: "They are so happy about the news. Chyna wanted another baby and said if it happens, it happens. She’s not done with having babies.”

The couple announced the news on Instagram (where else?) with a pregnant Blac Chyna emoji - as is now apparently tradition in most Western cultures.

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Whilst it’ll the first-born child for sock designer extraordinaire Rob, we’re sure you’re all aware that it’s Ms. Chyna’s second – she already has a kid, King Cairo, with  her ex-fiancé Tyga.

Who, erm, is now dating Rob’s half-sister, Kylie Jenner. Not a lot’s been mentioned about that, though.

Whilst most of the family are yet to comment on the news, it’s believed that Blac and Tyga’s son King Cairo has already been told that he’s getting a new sibling. According to this very in-the-know source at E! News, Rob and Blac are already getting a room ready for the new arrival:

“Chyna had a bit of morning sickness and felt pretty tired but is doing OK. Rob and Chyna will be getting one of the rooms in his house all ready for the baby. Chyna told  King about his new sibling on the way.”

Well, all that’s left to say now is – CONGRATULATIONS, GUYS!