Kris Jenner shared a loving message about her son Rob Kardashian amid reports he is “struggling” with personal issues.
Rob was nowhere to be seen as the rest of the Kardashian/Jenner klan gathered to celebrate Christmas.
But proving he is never far from her thoughts, doting mum Kris reposted a message previously shared by daughter Khloe, which said: “If only u could see yourself through my eyes!
“I’ll forever be obsessed with u! My one&only!”
The message was accompanied by a picture showing Rob tenderly kissing Khloe on the cheek as she pouts for the camera.
Rob has battled with his weight and depression over the years and is rarely seen in public these days, preferring a life away from the cameras.
He was noticeably absent from pictures of the family’s epic Christmas Eve party which saw the likes of Kim, Khloe, Kylie, Kendall and Caitlyn all come together.
But he did have a stocking reserved by the fire in mum Kris’s mansion – along with 17 other family members.
Last week it was claimed Rob is “struggling” with personal issues.
A source told People magazine: “Rob is still struggling and it makes the family sad. He deals with depression, weight issues and low self-esteem, but that’s been going on for a long time.
“The family, especially Khloe, is very much there for him but it has to be his own journey to figure out.”
In October Khloe opened up about her relationship with her brother, saying: “He’s such a great guy. That’s also what’s so infuriating. He’s charming, charismatic, everything. But I’m like, where is your will to live? Where is your will to live life? Let’s be around people!”
The famous family have made no secret of the fact Rob has struggled with depression and weight gain in the past and over the summer, Kardashian-Jenner matriarch Kris admitted she feared they could lose him if she didn’t intervene with professional help.
Speaking on the family’s reality show, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, she said: “If I don’t help him do something drastic, he’s going to die. I’m just waiting for this horrible thing to happen and there’s nothing we can do about it.”