Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna arrive at her Blac Chyna Birthday Celebration And Unveiling Of Her "Chymoji" Emoji Collection at the Hard Rock Cafe on May 10, 2016 in Hollywood, California. Picture: AFP

Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are reportedly keen to secure a deal for their wedding to be filmed for a television show.

The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star and the 28-year-old model - who welcomed daughter Dream Renée together last month - are reportedly keen to have their wedding filmed for a television show, for the right price.

The couple are said to be looking at venues which are suitable for filming on the chance they manage to achieve the deal they want, TMZ reports.

Meanwhile, it was previously revealed that Rob and Chyna have moved in together.

A source said: "Rob wants to live with Chyna and spend every day with Dream. He's making a big effort to get along with Chyna. She seems very happy with him. They are getting along great and enjoying parenting together.

"Rob is super hands on with Dream. She's changed his life. She makes him want to be better. And he's spending a lot more time with his family."

The pair initially decided to live separately as they didn't want their daughter to see them "fighting" but things are now much better.

At the time, the insider added: "They are living separately right now until the baby is born because they don't want the fighting to affect the baby.

"They think it is a healthier way to live until the baby is born. He is living Calabasas and she is in Tarzana. It's just temporary and because they are living apart, the fighting has gotten less."

And the Kardashian family are thrilled by Dream's arrival.

Rob's mother Kris Jenner said: "It's always so exciting when your baby has a baby so it was really great. It's really emotional. Like you can't believe that this is happening. To see a baby being born and in my case, I've been there for six of my grandchildren's births so it's quite something. Dream's such a great baby though. She's been really calm and really sweet so they are very lucky."