Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian, Engaged

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So far, so good!

Pregnant for the second time, Blac Chyna is no stranger to life with a baby bump. However, the reality star, who is expecting her first child with fiancé Rob Kardashiancome fall, revealed to fans that she isn't suffering the typical side effects. 

"If you guys are wondering, I'm actually having a really good pregnancy similar to King's," she said in reference to her 3-year-old son, King Cairo Stevenson, whom she shares with ex-fiancé Tyga

"No morning sickness, no cravings—just baby," she declared for the camera. It seems little has changed since E! News caught up with the salon owner a month ago to talk about her growing baby. 

"Fortunately I haven't been craving anything, which is like really peculiar," she told E!'s Zuri Hall. "I feel amazing and I feel blessed."

Though the future mom of two is smooth sailing through this second pregnancy, Chyna did announce to fans a few days ago that she is currently taking a break from hosting events. 

While Chyna has squeezed in plenty of healthy meals chock full of protein and produce—like chicken, salmon, squash and broccoli—even a craving-free meal plan can spare some room for Popeyes. 

The makeup designer couldn't resist the chain's fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy and coleslaw as she sang "I got my eyes on you" while filming the meal for Snapchat.

While both she and Rob have avidly chronicled their lives together as parents-to-be on social media, fans recently learned the couple will star in their own docu-series on E! as they set up their new home and prepare for the birth. 

"I fell in love with her immediately because of how great of a mom she is," Kardashian wrote on Instagram in dedication to Chyna on Mother's Day. "Now I'm looking forward to starting a family with her!"

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