Khloe Kardashian has led birthday tributes to her ''incredible'' brother Rob to mark his 32nd birthday.
Khloe Kardashian has paid tribute to her ''incredible'' brother Rob on his birthday.
The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star penned a sweet message for her sibling to mark his 32nd birthday, where she called him an amazing father, son and brother.
Khloe wrote on Instagram: ''Happy birthday to the best brother in the world!!! Firstly, I want you to know how proud I am to have you as my brother. You are my best friend! The funniest guy I know! Truly, I've never laughed harder than when I'm with you. I will support you through whatever life throws your way! Continue to find your best self.
''Continue to keep your head high as you find your way. Grow strong, powerful and independent. You got this Bob! Always know that I am never far away. I will forever have your back! I will always answer any request, armed with advice, laughter, memories, and I guess some experience ... Thank you for being such an incredible father, son and brother!! We are so lucky to have Dream and Dream is beyond lucky to have a daddy like you. Never change your sweet and hysterical spirit!! You are enough! You always will be!! I will love you forever and always.''
Whilst sibling Kim shared: ''Happy Birthday to my one and only brother Robbie! I was looking through old pictures and all of the amazing memories came up. My best memories though are you as a dad and seeing what an amazing person you have become. I love you beyond.''
And Rob's mother Kris Jenner praised his ''beautiful soul''.
Kris penned: ''Happy Birthday Rob!!! You are such a huge part of my heart. You have the most beautiful soul and I love you more than you can ever imagine. You are such a wonderful amazing caring and loving Daddy and it's a joy to watch you with your baby Dream. I'm so proud of you Robbo and I love you more than you will ever know. Have the best day, mommy #robkardashian #happybirthdayrob (sic)''
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