Blac Chyna is reportedly invited to Kris Jenner's annual Christmas party after all.

After reports surfaced Rob Kardashian's fiancee was left off Kris' guest list following the engaged couple's explosive fight and brief split, an insider now insists the Kardashian family is still accepting of Chyna.

Chyna and Rob are therefore more than welcome to attend Kris' holiday bash, Us Weekly reported Wednesday night.

"The sisters aren't getting involved and won't be taking sides," the insider told Us of Rob's famous sisters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner. "The family all supports Chyna."

Another source added, "Rob acknowledges that he has these up and downs and it's stressful around the holidays with a new baby."

Rob and Chyna got engaged in April after dating for three months and then welcomed daughter Dream Renee in November. The couple's relationship has been tumultuous, with multiple blowout arguments that have created this on-again, off-again pattern.

"They are going to counseling together and are back on," a second insider confirmed to the magazine, explaining that a majority of their issues stem from Rob's depression and anxiety.

Rob allegedly often accuses Chyna of cheating on and lying to him. He seems to struggle with jealousy and insecurities, mainly due to his weight issues. 

On Wednesday afternoon, sources claimed to People that Rob's family members don't support his relationship and they're "over Chyna," which would justify why Chyna was supposedly "not invited" to Jenner's Christmas party.

"Rob's family is trying to distance themselves from Chyna," one of the sources told People yesterday. "They can't stand the toxic relationship. They very much care about baby Dream though. It's just come to the point when they think Rob is better off without being in a relationship with Chyna."

"At least some of his family members want Rob to split up with Chyna so they can say, 'We told you so Rob. You deserve better,'" the source added.