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Rob Kardashian vows to drop “pregnancy weight” with Blac Chyna

The reality star has shared ‘body goal’ photos for himself and baby mama Blac Chyna as he makes a public commitment to shed the pounds.
Rob Kardashian, Blac Chyna

With just a few more weeks to go until the arrival of his baby girl with Blac Chyna, it looks like Rob Kardashian is stepping up and getting serious about getting fit.

The reality TV star took to Instagram yesterday to share old photos of himself and Chyna looking taut and trim as he vowed to get back to his former weight.

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“Oh yeah we snapping back lol,” he captioned the side-by-side image.

“Baby will be here in 4 weeks and I’m done with carrying this pregnancy weight … me and my baby gonna be righttttttt ,,, MOTIVATION TIME we almost there Chy.

“FAAAAACK Chy looks so bomb here aghhhh,” he added, complimenting his baby mama.

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Rob has famously battled with his weight over the past few years, coinciding with a step back from the spotlight as the reclusive reality star refused to appear on the family TV show for several seasons.

He suffered a health scare in December when he was hospitalised for his type 2 diabetes – but the incident was the wake-up call he needed, he later told People.

“When I got out of the hospital, I knew I needed to make changes. Chyna and I had a really big talk and she told me that by having her cook for me, my diabetes would be gone. And it is,” he told the publication.

The couple are expecting their first child together this year.

More recently, as he went public with his new romance with Chyna, the sock designer had seemed to be getting back on track with his health and fitness, but he suffered a setback earlier this year when he lost 50lbs (23kg) earlier this year, only to put the weight back on.

This time, however, Rob seems to be making a very public promise to shed the pounds once and for all.

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