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Kardashian-Jenner family throws birthday party for Rob

21 March 2016 Entertainment News

Fourth Estate Staff

Malibu, CA, United States (4E) – The Kardashian-Jenner clan has thrown a birthday party for Rob Kardashian as he turned 29 years old at the Malibu hotspot, Nobu , on Saturday.

The celebration comes two days after his birthday and the “Keeping Up With The Kardashians” stars enjoyed an early dinner with Rob. Present in the celebration are his mom Kris Jenner , sisters Kourtney Kardashian , Kim Kardashian , Kendall Jenner , and Kylie Jenner . Scott Dissick , Kanye West, Tyga and Corey Gamble were also seen in the photos uploaded by the members of the Kardashian-Jenner family.

Mason Disick and North West were also present to wish their uncle Rob a happy birthday. The two children enjoyed their Irish sunglasses and other party favors before Kendall gathered the group for a photo.

Kendall was reportedly heard saying that the whole restaurant was singing for Rob as a giant birthday cake was brought to their table. Accordingly, Kourtney added that she and Kylie would want to greet their brother on his special day. The cake reportedly featured a picture of Rob’s younger self as he posed for the camera. The whole theme of the party was Irish.

As per the photos, Rob was also smiles and looked really thankful for the birthday bash that his family threw for him.

Khloe Kardashian was not able to attend the party as she explained on Twitter that she was feeling sick. Caitlyn Jenner was also not in attendance. Also noticeably absent is Blac Chyna , who reportedly had an appearance in Los Angeles on the day of the party so she was not able to make it.

The dinner party comes after Rob celebrated his actual birthday with Chyna and her son at Legoland theme park in San Diego. An insider shared, “Chyna got him a few thoughtful gifts and she is giving him attention. Chyna has an appearance in Los Angeles on Saturday, so I think they are local and laying low.”