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Pregnant Blac Chyna and fiancé Rob Kardashian recently celebrated one of the happiest and most emotional moments for expectant couples.
The two shared their feelings of joy in videos posted on social media Saturday.
"So today I felt my baby move," Rob says in a clip posted on Blac Chyna's Snapchat.
"Super excited @robkardashian and I felt our baby moving today," she wrote on Instagram.
Pregnant women are typically able to feel their baby's first movements when they are five or six months along, although those who have been pregnant before may be able to identify them earlier. Blac Chyna, who has a 3-year-old son with ex Tyga, and Rob announced in May they were expecting their first child together.
Rob, who rarely uses social media himself and also doesn't appear on others' accounts often, posted a Snapchat video of Blac Chyna rubbing her baby bump, dressed in a pink top and matching pants.
"What's that?" she says, smiling.
"What's that?" he replies.
The two recently jetted off to the East Coast to visit Blac Chyna's mother, Tokyo Toni, and father Eric Holland over the Fourth of July holiday.
Blac Chyna and Rob looked happier than ever as they celebrated.
Blac Chyna also revealed on Snapchat she currently weighs more than 170 pounds, marking an almost 30-pound increase since the start of her pregnancy.
The glamour model had previously posted two weight gain updates after she and Rob announced her pregnancy.
"My goal is to gain like 100 pounds this pregnancy," she had said. "I'm going to tear it up and then I'm going to snap back."
Doctors generally recommend women who conceived when they were of average weight gain between 25 and 40 pounds throughout their pregnancy.
Blac Chyna has showcased both healthy (read: sautéed veggies) and indulgent (read: Fried chicken and Bomb Pops) meals and snacks on her Snapchat. She and Rob enjoyed some pizza Saturday.
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