Blac Chyna has agreed to document her daughter's forthcoming birth for her show 'Rob & Chyna'.
Blac Chyna has agreed to film her baby daughter's birth.
The 28-year-old model was undecided as to whether she wanted cameras to roll when she goes into labour with her little girl, who is due over the next coming days, but she has now decided that the production team for her and her fiancé Rob Kardashian's show 'Rob & Chyna' can capture the special moment for a forthcoming baby segment on their reality series.
A source told People.com: ''Chyna and Rob documented a large majority of their pregnancy journey, including the reveal of their baby's sex and a paternity test, on the first season of their E! reality show, 'Rob & Chyna'.
''But, although the show aired its season 1 finale on October 16, the cameras will roll again to capture the birth experience. The birth or some part of the birth process will be filmed.''
Chyna - whose real name is Angela White - has reportedly booked in for a Cesarean section at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles, where her fiancé's sisters Kim Kardashian West and Kourtney Kardashian have also given birth over the years.
And the famous family are certainly no strangers to giving birth in front of the cameras as Kourtney delivered Mason, six, and Penelope, four, for her show 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians'.
Meanwhile, Chyna - who also has four-year-old son King Cairo with her ex-boyfriend Tyga - recently revealed how she plans to follow a ''strict'' eating and fitness regime as soon as she gives birth to her second child, which is due on November 16.
She said: ''My goal is to gain, like, 100 pounds this pregnancy. I'm gonna tear it up, then I'm gonna snap back. Strict diet, waist training, detox tea and working out.''
She has regularly shared updates about her weight gain on social media app Snapchat, and she still has a long way to go to reach her target, as she shared less than two weeks ago that she's put on 50lbs during her pregnancy so far.
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