Blac Chyna has given birth to a baby girl.
The 28-year-old model delivered her daughter - her first child with her fiancé Rob Kardashian - on Thursday (10.11.16) via Caesarean section at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, but details on the birth and the baby's name are not yet known.
According to Us Weekly magazine, Chyna and her 29-year-old beau are paying $4,000-a-night to stay in a luxury maternity suite, where Rob's sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian have previously given birth to their children.
Rob's mother Kris Jenner and her beau Corey Gamble were reportedly at the hospital when the baby was born this morning, and the 61-year-old 'momager' has now hired several bodyguards to protect the newborn from being photographed.
The new parents - who have been together since the beginning of this year - were initially hoping to capture the birth on camera to air in a baby segment of their reality TV show 'Rob & Chyna'.
But the couple reportedly ran into some trouble when the camera crew bounded into the maternity suite today, as the hospital have a protocol in place that prevents anyone from recording on the premises, according to gossip site TMZ.
Chyna is expected to spend the rest of the day in hospital, providing the birth went according to plan, but has already decided she and Rob will live separately once they're discharged because she wants a calm environment for her baby.
A source said recently: ''Rob and Chyna are going to keep their separate houses, even after their daughter is born.
''Rob can be a very hard person to live with. Chyna wants a healthy environment for both her children. If there is any chance of not having that, she will make sure to avoid it at all costs.''
Chyna also has four-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-boyfriend Tyga, who is now dating Rob's half-sister Kylie Jenner.
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