When it comes to a woman's pregnancy journey, some things are bound to change.
There are new foods that suddenly become cravings. There are mornings that unfortunately can become a bit more nauseating. And then there's the fashion.
For Blac Chyna, the expectant star doesn't have to worry just about maternity wear. She also has to think about maternity wear for star-studded red carpets. But while attending Daily Mail's yacht party at Cannes, the businesswoman stepped out in a bright sparkling gown that accomplished one of her biggest goals.
"I just want to keep my ass covered!" she told the Daily Mail before enjoying the night with BFF Amber Rose. "Pregnancy is treating me really, really good right now. I can't complain."
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Perhaps it helps that Blac has a supportive man by her side as she expands the family. While Rob Kardashian was unable to attend Wednesday's party, Blac couldn't help but gush about how sweet the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star has been throughout their relationship.
"I feel like Rob is a genuinely loving person and he's really supportive," she explained. "He's been really supportive of me and the people I'm around. I think he's going to do good."
In fact, he's already made a positive impression on Blac's first child with ex Tyga. Whether enjoying afternoons at Legoland Theme Park or family activities closer to home, the sock designer and King Cairo have been spending quality time together.
While Blac assured fans that wedding preparations haven't even begun, her son will always be in the know when it comes to mommy's changing life. And yes, he has a sense that another baby is on the way.
"I kind of want to keep him in the whole loop during my whole pregnancy and I had to explain to him about the ring and what the ring means and what the baby means to me and the family and that's he's going to be a big brother," she shared. "He's really excited about it."
Watch Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian's new docu-series, tentatively titled Rob & Chyna, when it premieres on E! later this year.