Blac Chyna Shared a Rare Photo of Her Kids Dream & King Cairo in Matching Tracksuits

We love seeing famous parents dote on their kids. Blac Chyna shared a photo of her kids Dream and King Cairo, and the photos are beyond sweet. Fans rarely get a look at the Lashed Bar owner’s children, especially together, so this post was certainly a treat to Chyna’s Instagram followers.

Chyna has two children: son King Cairo, 6, with ex-fiancé Tyga, and Dream, 2, with ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian. Chyna’s photos featured her kids in matching black-and-white Adidas tracksuits (the mom of two wore the same outfit), as they posed on a trampoline. The photo showed the Rob & Chyna star laying down, as her son gave a peace sign in the back and her daughter posted up front and smiled. Chyna’s second photo featured the brother and sister hugging in an adorable embrace. “Seven things every child needs to hear: I love you, I’m proud of you, I’m sorry, I forgive you, I’m listening. This is your responsibility. You have what it takes to succeed,” she wrote in the caption.


As sweet as the photos are, Chyna’s co-parenting with ex Rob Kardashian hasn’t been so seamless. According to statements to Us Weekly, Kardashian stated he did not want to see his daughter on Chyna’s new reality series, The Real Blac Chyna. “As Executive Producer of my show,” Chyna said in the statement. “It is very unfortunate that Rob could not simply have an adult conversation with me ‘the mother of his child.’ … First and foremost, I would never allow her 2-year-old daughter to be subjected to ‘long hours’ on the set.”

The reality star continued, “I would point out the hypocrisy of his family’s insistence that Dream appear on Keeping Up With the Kardashians in the family’s desperate attempts to boost the dismal ratings for their stale and contrived show, without my approval, including an entire scene being Dream’s birthday party, again without my consent.” With drama still present, it seems Chyna is maintaining a positive environment for her children.

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