Blac Chyna has revealed she is already working on her post-baby body, less than a week after she gave birth to her second child Dream Kardashian.
Blac Chyna is already working on her post-baby body.
The 'Rob and Chyna' star may have only given birth to daughter Dream last week but she is already focused on losing the weight.
Taking to Snapchat, she wrote: ''I'm about to get this body back right - rice, salmon, salad.''
Meanwhile, the 28-year-old star and her fiancé Rob Kardashian will be working together to ditch the weight.
Writing on his Instagram account previously, Rob shared: ''Oh yeah we snapping back lol ... baby will be here in 4 weeks and I'm done with carrying this pregnancy weight me and my baby gonna be righttttttt ,,, MOTIVATION TIM!! we almost there Chy F******K Chy looks so bomb here aghhhh (sic)''
Whilst Chyna added: ''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.''
Meanwhile, Rob's mother Kris Jenner is confident that he will be able to put his weight troubles behind him.
She said previously: ''Any time you get down on yourself, it's always a process to get back on top of it. And Rob has always been so athletic, he was the star track guy in high school and a basketball player, and he was the runner up after 20-whatever weeks on Dancing With the Stars, and dancing live in front of 40 million people or whatever it was ...
''He's been such an amazing athlete and in such great shape and very athletic his whole life, so this is not in his comfort zone. This isn't something he's experienced, so it's hard. It's hard for him to get the weight off like it is for any of us, so he's definitely been challenged by this. He'll work through it. I really have faith in him. He's just gotta put his mind to it.''
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