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New York Magazine just called Blac Chyna and Rob Kardashian "the Romeo and Juliet of our time," and I agree with this 100%. THEY DON'T WANT BLAC CHYNA AND ROB KARDASHIAN TO BE HAPPY TOGETHER. THEY DON'T WANT #CHYRO TO BE ENGAGED. But guess what? Blac Chyna and Rob don't care because they are in #love — and #love trumps #haters. 

(So, in other words, they are engaged.)

#BlacChyna juiced about her engagement????????? #ChyRo

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Here is a video of Blac Chyna super psyched about her ring, which Rob reportedly gave her on Monday night (April 4). Rob is in the background looking ecstatic. Where are they going, you ask? Oh, y'know...

It's official!! Congrats #RobKardashian & #BlacChyna ! Aww #RobKardashian is crying! #ChyRo #AngelaKardashian ????????

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...Just to their ENGAGEMENT PARTY!

No time was wasted on that update ???????? #BlacChyna #ChyRo

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I have never appreciated @theshaderoominc's Instagram more than I do right now. They just pointed out that Blac Chyna's Wikipedia page is already updated, and Google is already calling Kylie Jenner her "sister in law."

Khloe and Kim both had their TV weddings air as special episodes of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," but this would be WAY better.

Would the Kardashian sisters be bridesmaids? Would Amber Rose would be Blac's maid of honor? Would Kanye skip the wedding?

No matter how Kris Jenner feels about the prospect of having Blac Chyna as a daughter-in-law, she knows it will be a ratings bonanza. A TV wedding would be a great way to bring Rob back onto "Keeping up with the Kardashians." Everybody wins!