Kris Jenner. Picture: Richard Shotwell Picture: AP

Kris Jenner is "trying to remain calm" amidst her son Rob Kardashian's feud with Blac Chyna.

The 30-year-old sock designer was faced with a restraining order earlier this week after he took to social media to post explicit photos of his former fiancé - with whom he has eight-month-old daughter Dream - who later accused him of being physically violent toward her.

And although Rob's mother Kris, 61, is used to putting an end to the drama surrounding the famous family, she's reportedly focusing her energy on her granddaughter's "well-being".

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A source told Us Weekly magazine: "If this happened a year ago she'd freak out. She's trying to remain calm. She just wants to make sure Dream is OK. Now that Dream is in the picture, her primary concern is Dream and Dream's well-being."

Rob - who starred alongside 29-year-old Chyna in their reality series 'Rob & Chyna' - was ordered by a judge on Monday (10.07.17) to stay 100 yards away from his ex-fiancée, but has been allowed to continue co-parenting their daughter.

And Chyna - who also has four-year-old son King Cairo with her former partner Tyga - recently claimed she had no intention of stopping the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star from seeing his daughter and hopes they can find "common ground" to successfully co-parent their tot.

She said: "I would never try to take Dream from her dad. Hopefully, me and Rob can learn to have common ground and be the best co-parents as we can be."

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The news comes after Lisa Bloom, the lawyer for the 'Rob & Chyna' star, said despite the allegations of violence, the beauty doesn't believe her former flame poses a threat to their daughter and is not worried about co-parenting with him.

Lisa said: "Chyna is not concerned about Dream being around Rob. She has said he's a good father, there are nannies around when the baby is with him and she hasn't had any reason to be concerned.

"We did not ask for the baby to be part of the restraining order ... We just want him to stay away from her and to stop cyberbullying her."