Classic Kris! The momager is raging about her granddaughter’s NAME

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There's no one quite like Kris Jenner, is there?

While most grandparents would be overjoyed by the arrival of a new grandchild, it seems Kris is struggling to hide her irritation over the child's chosen name.

After welcoming baby girl Dream Renee last week, Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna have had to deal with the fact Dream's granny is unhappy with Rob for refusing to chose a name that begins with K.

Yeah, we know.

"Kris would have loved them to follow tradition and pick a K name for the baby," an insider told HollywoodLife.

"They told her all along it wasn't going to happen but she was still holding out hope right up until she saw the birth certificate," the source added.

 

Dream Renee Kardashian@dream

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And while Kris' other children didn't choose 'K-names' for their offspring, it appears the onus was on Rob to continue the tradition after Kourtney and Kim broke from it with their five children.

Thankfully, Kris pulled herself together and has since accepted that the name 'Dream' is here to stay, with the source adding: "She's over her disappointment."
 

 

It was all a DREAM❕❕ haha I love her

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"The most important thing to her is that the baby is healthy and Rob is happy," they added. "Her heart is so full right now, she feels like this baby saved her son's life."

Dream saved Rob's life, Kris. Good ol' Dream…

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