AceShowbiz - Rob Kardashian is off the market. Several years after he called it quits with fiancee Blac Chyna, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star is now back on the dating game and "feeling really good about himself," as his sister Khloe Kardashian said.
The Good American founder shared an update on her brother when speaking to Andy Cohen in the "KUWTK" reunion. Confirming that her sibling is no longer single, the 36-year-old added, "I know Rob is feeling really good about himself right now and he's working really hard on himself."
Andy then asked Khloe the reason why Rob made some appearances in the last few seasons of their reality show after he decided to step back. In response, she replied, "I think he just needed a break."
"I think also a lot of his personal relationships," the mother of True Thompson continued. "Really, it's not so much about physical appearance, it's a lot of how he felt internally about some of the women in his life and how they treated him, or how he felt they might have used him to get to certain areas or levels."
"And I think that really affected him because my brother is such a lover and has like, the most incredible heart and personality," the TV personality further explained. "And I think he's just getting stronger and I think you have to get heartbroken and you learn from your mistakes."
Khloe went on to spill how Rob is handling his ex's lawsuit against their family, which was filed in 2017 for allegedly getting her former E! reality series "Rob & Chyna" cancelled. "I know he feels really guilty about that, so none of us ever make him feel bad about it," Khloe said.
Despite the legal battle, Khloe insisted that she and her whole family respected that Blac is "the mother of Dream." She elaborated, "Dream is honestly one of the most incredible little girls in the entire world. We never blur the two. We separate completely and we respect that [Blac] is the mother of Dream and we'll always respect that that's her position."
Rob and Blac parted ways in 2017. In December 2020, they reached an agreement that allows them to share custody of their four-year-old daughter on an alternating schedule.