Reality TV couple Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna are really getting married. New reports claim ChyRo have a date locked in.

According to Kardashian business attorney Walter Mosley, the engaged couple hear wedding bells down the road.

“They’re getting married! [And] there’s a date,” Mosley told Us, though he added that he was “not at liberty” to disclose the exact wedding date. A source adds, “They are planning on getting married next summer but haven’t planned anything else. They want to work it out with E! for another season of the show first.” (Us Weekly)

A few days ago, buzz developed about the Kardashian sisters trying to get Chyna blocked from trademarking their name.

As we told you, BC sources say Kris Jenner reached out and promised to call off the lawyers. But our K sis sources say that’s not how they feel about it. We’re told it’s nothing personal against BC, just biz — they feel adding an extra woman to the roster will dilute the brand they’ve worked so hard to build. On a personal level, we’re told everyone in the fam is getting along well with Chyna since the birth of Dream. Still, business is business and our sources say the sisters’ lawyers have made several attempts to negotiate … but Chyna’s team’s gone radio silent. (TMZ)

Chyna’s mom Tokyo Toni went to Instagram last Friday (December 9) and rode behind the curvy vixen in light of the trademark drama.

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Last week, Chyna’s lawyer Walter Mosley, addressed the buzz growing from the Kardashian family allegedly trying to block her trademark pursuit.

“The Kardashians, like Angela and my other clients are very protective of our marks, I think for us this is going to be a clear case win, because it’s actually her name, it’s not a poaching. I would hope that this is just a junior lawyer’s error, who’s just responding to everything and not really looking at who it’s from or why it was filed. There’s a softer side of this where Angela has to have a conversation with her family. But until I hear otherwise, I’m just going to proceed as I normally would with a lawsuit. I have 40 days to respond,” Mosley tells PEOPLE of the suit. (People)