Blac Chyna puts 'family first' with Dream Kardashian and King Cairo at the pumpkin patch with Tyga's aunt

Blac Chyna's personal relationships have a habit of grabbing the headlines.

But the reality star has moved on from her troubles and is now making a point to put 'family first'.

On the weekend she posted the phrase to Instagram as she took her young children Dream Kardashian, two, and King Cairo, seven, to the pumpkin patch.

Fall fun: Blac Chyna puts 'family first' with Dream Kardashian and King Cairo at the pumpkin patch with Tyga's aunt on the weekend

Fall fun: Blac Chyna puts 'family first' with Dream Kardashian and King Cairo at the pumpkin patch with Tyga's aunt on the weekend

Chyna, 31, was joined by her former boyfriend Tyga's aunt Cece Nguyen and her two children, second cousins to her son King.

Pictures posted from the outing showed Chyna hugging Dream as she posed happily beside Cece, the younger sister of Tyga's mother Pasioaye Nguyen.

A video showed King enjoying himself on a bouncer, harnessed safely.

'My babies are daredevils,' wrote Chyna. They also visited the petting zoo and took a turn on the inflatable slides.

'My children are daredevils': Chyna shared footage of King Cairo on the jumper

'My children are daredevils': Chyna shared footage of King Cairo on the jumper

The 31-year-old reality star has King with Tyga and daughter Dream with her ex-fiancé Rob Kardashian, and has said her secret to successfully co-parenting her brood is to make sure she can communicate easily with both her exes. 

She said: 'The key [to coparenting] is basically communication. It makes it a little bit easier if you can communicate with your child's other parent. That's the best and healthiest way.' 

Chyna praised both Tyga and Rob for helping out when she needs time to 'reset' away from her children. 

Day out: Chyna shares Dream with her ex Rob Kardashian and the former couple's once explosive relationship is now cordial

Day out: Chyna shares Dream with her ex Rob Kardashian and the former couple's once explosive relationship is now cordial

Mama's girl: The two year old enjoyed her time with her mother
Mama's girl: The two year old enjoyed her time with her mother

Mama's girl: The two year old enjoyed her time with her mother

She added: 'My children's dads … help out because you have to have that time to yourself, just to even go to the spa and kind of reset. The days that they're with their dads, then I go take my trips. 

'Basically, I'm always home with [my kids].' 

And the Real Blac Chyna star also revealed her son King Cairo is aware of his mother's fame, and is 'overly protective' of both her and his little sister. 

Speaking to Us Weekly magazine, she said: 'If we go to the movies or out to eat and there'll just be people obviously around, he'll be like, "Mom, you know that they know that you're Blac Chyna, right? And they know me, too." 

Family fun: King throws himself down an inflateable slide

Family fun: King throws himself down an inflateable slide

Soft landing: The youngster enjoyed his day at the pumpkin patch

Soft landing: The youngster enjoyed his day at the pumpkin patch

'And I'm like, "How do you even know stuff like this?" If it's paparazzi outside, he'll be like, "No pictures!" And I'm like, "It's okay." He's just funny. He's just super overly protective of me and Dream.' 

Meanwhile, Chyna previously insisted there's 'no animosity' between herself and Rob, after their explosive split in 2017. 

She said: 'Co-parenting is good. With both of my baby fathers, we have a mutual agreement and everything runs smoothly. So there's no animosity in the air, everything's like, good. We're all in a good place.' 

Baby girl: Dream is the youngster of Chyna's two children

Baby girl: Dream is the youngster of Chyna's two children

Blac Chyna takes Dream Kardashian and King Cairo to the pumpkin patch

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