Rob Kardashian is reportedly set for a new reality show about life as a single father.
Rob Kardashian is set for a reality show about life as a single father.
The 31-year-old sock designer currently shares custody of 16-month-old daughter Dream with his ex-fiancee Blac Chyna and his mother and manager, Kris Jenner, thinks his life with the youngster would make a great miniseries for fans eager to learn more about their famous family.
A source told The Sun Online: ''Kris wants Rob happy, she wants him to straighten out his life and start fulfilling his potential - and she feels the only way he can do that is if he's a proper father and wants to make his little girl proud of him.
''But of course, it's Kris - of course she's thinking a mini series of Rob's struggles - him learning to be a full-time dad and all the rest of it. She can't help herself, but she thinks Rob can become a star if he can pull this off.''
But Kris, 61, is said to be worried about her son - who is not as heavily involved in public life as his sisters and only makes sporadic appearances in family reality show 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians - and how uncomfortable he feels with fame.
The insider added: ''The biggest drama going on in the Kardashian family these days is the big mess between Rob, Chyna and baby Dream.
''It's actually such a daily stress for Kris, what her baby Rob has gone through - she feels responsible - he just wasn't as together as her girls and just didn't understand the fame game.''
It was previously claimed Rob, who has battled with his weight over the years, is focusing on staying healthy for the sake of Dream.
A source said recently: ''Rob is eating better and has a trainer - he wants to stay healthy for his daughter's sake. He's focused on what he should be focused on: Dream and his health. He wants to stay healthy for his daughter's sake. Dream was a huge wake-up call for Rob. He wants to be the best dad possible.
''As soon as he realised his family was right about Chyna and removed himself from all the drama, Rob started doing much better. He is on good terms with the family again and everyone is happy about it. Rob spends a lot of time with Dream and he is a great dad. He really wants to give his daughter the best life.''
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