Blac Chyna is reportedly ''not invited'' to the Kardashian family Christmas party.
The 28-year-old model might be the mother of Rob Kardashian's one-month-old daughter Dream, but she has reportedly been left off the guest list for Kris Jenner's annual holiday bash over the weekend as the family ''can't stand'' the constant fighting between the new parents.
A source told People magazine: ''Rob's family is over Chyna. She is not invited to Kris' holiday party.
''Rob's family is trying to distance themselves from Chyna. They can't stand the toxic relationship. They very much care about baby Dream though. It's just come to the point when they think Rob is better off without being in a relationship with Chyna.''
And it's not the first time the Kardashian clan have been upset with the 'Rob & Chyna' stars' antics, as a source told the publication earlier this week that the famous family ''don't support'' the relationship.
The insider claimed: ''They don't support the relationship. At least some of his family members want Rob to split up with Chyna so they can say, 'We told you so Rob. You deserve better.' But Rob won't listen to them. He wants to be with Chyna.''
The news comes after it was reported last weekend that Chyna had taken her daughter and walked out on 29-year-old Rob.
However, a source also claimed recently that the pair are working on their relationship and that ''everything is fine'' between the couple.
They said: ''Whatever people might think about the situation, the emotion during the weekend was 100 percent authentic. This argument got a lot of attention, but honestly, this was kind of like a normal tiff for them. They always have these up and downs.
''Everything is fine between them now. Rob has promised to get some help for self-esteem and jealousy issues. They are both committed to making this work. Ultimately, they both love one another. As for whether they will last, who knows? But they're both going to try.''
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