He's back, in case you were wondering.
Pouty Pants McGee Rob Kardashian made his triumphant return to Instagram yesterday, weeks after deleting all photos from his account after a fight with Blac Chyna.
The photo Kardashian chose to feature was Kendall Jenner's Vogue cover. Jenner landed the coveted September issue, known throughout the publishing world to be the most financially significant month in the calendar for advertising.
I'm so proud of you baby Sis‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️," Kardashian wrote. "September issue VOGUE!! 😱😍😍🙋🏿 LOVE YOU KENNY."
Kardashian is currently filming his reality spin-off, Rob & Chyna with his fiancee, but production has been anything but smooth sailing.
Sources told Us Weekly a few days ago that Kardashian, 29, has "skipped and not shown up" for shoots because he's “struggling to readjust to the grueling work schedule.”
Kardashian has been battling mental health issues over the past few years, and his relationship with Chyna is what brought him out of his shell to focus on his physical well being.
Now, however, their new show might put him right back in that dark place.
"It was like a honeymoon every day with Chyna before filming started,” another source pointed out of their brief courtship which started last January.
“But working with your pregnant partner and living together has been stressful. Rob just shuts down.”
Chyna attended Kardashian's grandmother, MJ's birthday party in late July, but he was absent from the bash.
“You will see a lot of stress and fighting on the show," the source added.
As with a lot of reality shows, the well-being of its stars is low on the list of priorities.
“This show is capturing their real lives,” the source explained.
“There are great highs and low lows. It goes back and forth."
While that might make for great TV, Kardashian fears it might ruin his relationship with Chyna, who is expecting their first child together this fall.
The bride/mom-to-be seems happy, so #whatever.
"Production is still in full swing and Chyna is very happy with the way things are going.”