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Rob Kardashian: Is He Returning to ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians?’

Rob Kardashian has had a rough time of it lately. Many believe he has suffered from depression. Recent news reports, however, indicate that Rob is slowly, but surely, coming out of seclusion. He has b...
Rob Kardashian: Is He Returning to ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians?’
Written by Kimberly Ripley
  • Rob Kardashian has had a rough time of it lately. Many believe he has suffered from depression. Recent news reports, however, indicate that Rob is slowly, but surely, coming out of seclusion. He has been spotted several times in the past few weeks exercising. He has gone hiking with sister Kim Kardashian West.

    A source recently told People magazine that Rob Kardashian is even shooting scenes for Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Is this an indication that he’s ready to come back to the show on a full time basis?

    Another source tells the publication this simply isn’t true. Rob Kardashian is still under contract with KUWTK, however, meaning the possibility of a return is in place, however. Fans shouldn’t lose hope as a few things really do point to his return.

    Rob Kardashian gained about 100 pounds in the past year or so, but is working hard to shed them. Some believe he is doing this in his preparation to return to the show.

    Khloe Kardashian has dropped some hints in clips promoting upcoming episodes of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that lead viewers to speculate about Rob Kardashian’s return. Rob lives with Khloe and she is one of his biggest supporters.

    People magazine also reports that Rob Kardashian is a frequent topic of conversation on KUWTK. It doesn’t make sense to frequently bring up someone who isn’t coming back to the show–at least on a part time basis.

    Would you like to see Rob Kardashian return to Keeping Up With the Kardashians? Do you believe that recent events are leading up to that?

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