Pregnant Blac Chyna Reveals Her Current Weight — See the Scale

Pregnant Blac Chyna may reach her goal after all. The Rob & Chyna star, 28, who declared she wanted to gain 100 pounds during her second pregnancy, now weighs 186.6 pounds.

The 5-foot-2 makeup artist, who is expecting a baby girl with fiancé Rob Kardashian on November 16, revealed her current weight via Snapchat on Tuesday, October 11. 

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Blac Chyna on October 1, 2016, in Los Angeles. Amanda Edwards/FilmMagic

“4 weeks after Sunday she will be here !! Nov 16,” Chyna wrote alongside a Snapchat photo of herself standing on a scale that read "186.6."

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Blac Chyna Courtesy of Blac Chyna/Snapchat

“My goal is to gain, like, 100 pounds this pregnancy. Imma tear it up, then Imma snap back,” Chyna declared while snacking on chips during a Snapchat video this past June. 

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Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna Tommy Garcia/E! Entertainment/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

As previously reported, gaining too much weight while pregnant can be risky. “Too much weight will increase the risk of pelvic floor disorders postpartum and later in life,” Dr. Rebecca Nelken, a Los Angeles–based Ob-Gyn, told Us. (According to the National Institutes of Health, a woman of average height should gain only 25 to 35 pounds during her pregnancy.)

The reality star has since changed her pregnancy weight goal. In August, Chyna told followers via Snapchat that she didn’t want to gain any more weight.

“I started eating more clean and walking,” the expectant star shared while revealing her desire to be more active. “From 135 to 183 to 176.2.”

Chyna — who is already mom of King Cairo, 3, who she shares with ex-fiancé Tyga —has also been vocal about wanting to “snap back” after welcoming their baby girl. To do so, she previously told fans she’ll follow a “strict diet” along with waist training and working out. 

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