Dream Kardashian is all dressed up for Christmas in this adorable video

Little Dream Kardashian is already prepared to celebrate her first ever Christmas day!

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna welcomed their baby girl on Thursday 10 November, and the proud parents were unable to resist dressing their newborn up for Christmas in a pair of red and white Santa Baby socks, with a white dress and a fluffy white hairband while lying in a Santa-themed case surrounded by baubles as Santa Baby plays in the background. The proud dad captioned the video: "@dream loves her new@arthurgeorge87 SANTA BABY kids socks!! From ShopArthurGeorge.com. Can't wait for her first Christmas."


Rob's mum Kris Jenner also shared the video, adding: "Our precious angel in her new @arthurgeorge87 Santa Baby socks from daddy @robkardashian!!" The grandmother-of-six opened up to E! News about the arrival of her son's first child, saying: "She's such a great baby though. She's been really calm and really sweet so they are very lucky. It's always so exciting when your baby has a baby so it was really great. It's really emotional. Like you can't believe that this is happening."


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The couple first announced that they were expecting their first child together shortly after Rob proposed to Blac. They then revealed the gender of their baby on their new reality show Rob & Chyna. Although the 29-year-old originally claimed he really wanted a baby boy, he changed his mind after hearing that the couple were expecting a daughter, telling the camera: "Me wanting to have a boy stems from my relationship with my dad. I'm just happy that the baby's healthy and I am super happy I am having a girl."

The couple welcomed baby Dream

Blac also shares a  four-year-old son, King Cairo Stevenson, with her ex-fiance Tyga, and shared adorable videos of the toddler decorating their Christmas tree on Snapchat as the family prepared for Christmas. 

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