Rob Kardashian, 33-year-old, has shared a series of pictures of himself with his family and friends at his sister Khloe Kardashian’s birthday party. Rob is an American television personality, as well as businessman, appears to be happy and healthy in his recent snaps.

Robert Arthur Kardashian is known for appearing on Keeping Up with the Kardashians – a reality television series that is based upon his family, as well as its spin-offs. With his recent photos uploaded on Sunday, June 28, one can read the caption on one image –

“Baby welcome to the party.”

And another is captioned as “Woo back baby.”  alongside a photo of himself smiling while posing with Khloé’s friend Savas Oguz and her ex-boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

From the past few months, he was hardly noticeable in the spotlight. He has rarely shared photos of himself on his Instagram and other social media platform. His Instagram accounts hold 1.5 million followers. His recent pictures reveal his massive weight loss during the span of time.

“Rob damn hottie you be looking fine AF,”

one Instagram user commented. Another wrote,

“Looking good Rob! Good to see you.”

Rob also took pictures with the Revenge Body host, 36, as well as Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, and Scott Disick.

Rob Kardashian and His Sister Khloe Kardashian


In a discussion with ET in March, sources then informed about the well being of Rob and his family. They have fastened up their healthy habits and spending time together.

The father of one was “doing really well,” reported from the sources. “Rob continues to work on staying healthy for himself and his daughter – Dream,” the source added.

“He and his family have a great relationship, and truly value family time. He loves having his nieces and nephews around and having them spend time with Dream. Now that most of the family has young kids growing up together, the family is tighter than ever.”

In addition to struggling with his weight, Rob was also battling depression and type 2 diabetes – mom Kris Jenner revealed on Keeping Up With the Kardashians in May 2015. However, in September 2016, it was disclosed by the sources that he was no longer diabetic.