Inside Rob Kardashian's daughter Dream's Barbie-themed 5th birthday party with huge pink cake and rainbow balloons
ROB Kardashian threw his daughter Dream an incredible Barbie-themed bash to celebrate the youngster's fifth birthday.
The KUWTK star, 34, filled his Calabasas mansion with dozens of pink and rainbow-hued balloons, a Barbie cake and glittery decorating stations.
Khloe gave fans a tour of her niece Dream's extravagant birthday on her Instagram Stories.
The 37-year-old cradled Dream – who was wearing a pink Barbie swimsuit – in a cute video as "I'm A Barbie Girl" played in the background.
Rob's huge foyer was filled with massive pink balloons that spelled out "Happy Birthday Dream" and was flanked with white tables and pink chairs.
Balloons towered up each side of the grand staircase, while a huge dollhouse was placed in the middle.
The entertainment for the day was some serious Barbie decorating, with Dream seen concentrating as she mixed glitter and colorful beads in a bowl at her individual station.
Rob – who shares the youngster with his ex Blac Chyna – paid tribute to his "best friend" on Instagram on the big day.
The reclusive E! star wrote: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my Best Friend!! Today you are 5!!!! This is wild!
"You make me laugh every day and I am so Thankful to have you in my Life!!"
Unlike the other KUWTK stars, Rob, prefers to stay out of the limelight and is not on social media.
Though the star now keeps his personal life private, he has battled baby mama Blac in a nasty custody battle for years.
After briefly dating, the former couple welcomed Dream, on November 10, 2016.
Blac recently insisted she still doesn't get any child support from Rob for Dream.
“Honestly, everything I have, I worked super hard for," she told David Yontef on his Behind the Velvet Rope podcast.
“Like, neither one of my children’s fathers [pay] child support. I get out and I grind every day.”
Blac also has a son King with her rapper ex Tyga.
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