Rob Kardashian has resurfaced...on Kendall Jenner's Instagram.
The supermodel shared an epic throwback clip of Rob from unaired scenes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians on her profile Wednesday, and in them Rob has never looked happier. One scene shows him laughing while standing at a bar while the others catch him dancing when he thinks nobody else is around to see!
"This makes me ridiculously happy. @robkardashian," she captioned the video, making sure to include a blue heart emoji.
Rob has been leading an incredibly private life recently, choosing to stay out of the spotlight and off the show after gaining a substantial amount of weight. He famously left Europe early when his sister, Kim Kardashian, was getting married to Kanye West.
The family has expressed their concern for Rob on the E! show during a very personal moment caught on camera. "I feel like if I don't help him do something drastic, that he's gonna die," mom Kris Jenner said during an April episode. "He's gained over 100 pounds in the last year...He doesn't go out of the house. He's missed Christmas, he missed Kim's wedding."
"He obviously has some kind of depression," Kim added.
Since then, Kim and Khloe Kardashian have opened up about their brother's whereabouts, explaining that he's experiencing a rough patch. "I think he's just going through a phase where he's not comfortable in his own skin," Kim told Matt Lauer. "And he is working really hard to get back to where he really wants to be."
Khloé also explained that her brother is trying to get his "groove back" since realizing he has been acting differently.
"Rob definitely has his ups and downs, and he's been struggling for the past year and a half, maybe two years, which I think we've all had those times in our life," she said in the spring. "He's been working out a little and trying to get his groove back...He's aware that he's very introverted and of course not the way he used to be. I think being aware is probably the best thing."
Kim talked even more candidly about her brother in her interview with Rolling Stone. "It's not that mysterious, what's happening with Rob," she revealed. "He has gained weight. He feels uncomfortable being on the show, and that's OK. Do I think he smokes weed, drinks beer, hangs out and plays video games with his friends all day long? Yes."