Rob Kardashian Pens Touching Tribute To His Ex-Fiancée Blac Chyna On Instagram

Rob Kardashian recently penned a touching tribute to Blac Chyna, the mother of his only child.

On his Instagram account, the reality TV star posted a series photos of his former fiancée. In his caption, Kardashian called Chyna “beautiful.” In a follow-up post, the “Keeping Up with the Kardashian” star uploaded a snap of 14-year-old Chyna wearing SpongeBob Squarepants boxer shorts. He captioned the snap by calling Dream Renee’s mom an “angel.”

According to People, Kardashian, 30, and Chyna, 29 were in a relationship for a year before calling it quits for the first time in March of last year. In April 2016, the couple announced that they were expecting their first child together, and Dream was born in November of the same year.

After a series of struggles that included a paternity test, therapy sessions and screaming matches that were all documented in their reality TV show, “Rob & Chyna,” the couple decided to end their relationship for the second time in February 2017.

A source told the same publication at that time that the estranged couple had been trying their best to be mature about their split. “They split a while ago. The wedding plans are off. They are both trying to be mature about it. It was less dramatic this time,” the source said.

Prior to their breakup and the birth of Dream, Kardashian gushed over Chyna during an August 2016 interview with People. The youngest child of Kris Jenner, who has gone through very dark times, credited Chyna for helping him with his recovery. “She got me through my darkest times. I wasn’t happy in my own skin. I missed out on so many things… I’ve been friends with Chyna for a long time. She was someone I reached out to for advice. She would cook for me and we’d just talk. She’s surrounded me with a lot of positivity. From the moment we met, I knew I wanted to be more than friends,” he said.

Kardashian previously suffered from depression and was also diagnosed with diabetes. In addition, he…

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