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Dream Kardashian gifted her own website by E!

Dream Kardashian has been gifted her own website by E! News.

The baby daughter of Rob Kardashian and his fiancée Blac Chyna only entered the world less than 24 hours ago on Thursday and the channel which is part of the E! network, which broadcasts and produces the couple's show 'Blac & Chyna' and 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians', beat everyone to it by creating the domain, www.DreamKardashian.com.

A source told the Mirror Online: "Plenty of people rushed to buy the site, but E! News were one step ahead.

"It could have cost them a pretty penny if somebody else had purchased it."

E! News reporter Ken Baker has shared a link to the new site on Twitter whilst congratulating the couple on the birth of their baby daughter - full name Dream Renee Kardashian - who took her first breath on earth at 9:18 am (PT) and weighed a healthy 7 lbs. 5 oz.

He wrote: "Congrats @robkardashian and @BLACCCHYNA! Here's a special birthday present from my desk in the @Enews room --> DreamKardashian.com (sic)"

The homepage has a picture of a pregnant Chyna, 28, and the 29-year-old sock designer, with the message: "Congrats Rob and Chyna! Baby Kardashian Is Here! ... Rob and Blac ... We are so happy that your perfect "Dream" has come true!

With love, KEN BAKER & THE E! NEWS TEAM (sic)"

The happy couple welcomed their little girl into the world on at Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles, and couldn't wait to show her off to their adoring fans online.

A photo of baby Dream wrapped in a hospital blanket, clutching Rob's finger, was uploaded to the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' official Twitter account.

Dream was born in a luxury maternity suite, which costs an estimated $4,000-a-night, at the hospital, where Rob's sisters Kim and Kourtney Kardashian gave birth to their children.



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