This weekend, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker tied the knot yet again, celebrating their third known wedding ceremony, but this time they had the whole family gathered around them to join the festivities. The first pictures of the elaborate Italian event in Portofino were shared by Barker’s daughter, Alabama, who posted a selfie with her new step-mom on Instagram Stories.
Alabama also posted a shot of Kourtney and her dad kneeling on an ornate brocaded bench with golden legs, faced by a wall of red flowers. Barker is wearing a black suit, and Kourtney is all in white with a long, flowing lace veil streaming behind her in a perfect wave.
The couple first had a whirlwind elopement in Las Vegas in April, and were legally married in Santa Barbara on May 15 with just a few people as witnesses. A source at the event in Italy told E! News that this weekend ceremony was attended by the couple’s children Mason, 12, Penelope, 9, and Reign, 7, and Travis’ kids Landon, 18, Alabama, 16, and Barker’s stepdaughter, Atiana De La Hoya, 22.
The rest of the Kardashian and Jenner siblings are in Italy, too, including Kim, Khloé, Kendall, Kylie, and Rob, plus their mom, Kris Jenner. The family has been celebrating in the area the past few days, including a dinner at a restaurant in the town and a brunch on the yacht housing Kourtney and Barker for the weekend.
“Kourtney is over the moon and so excited to start this next chapter with Travis,” a source said after their legal union. “They were excited about this day and madly in love.”
The couple began dating in late 2020, though Barker had apparently been interested for much longer.
“He’s always wanted to date her, but she would brush it off, and they continued to just have a friendship,” a source told E! News in March of 2021. “He wants to do everything with her and is so excited about the relationship. It’s going really well and Travis’ kids love Kourtney.”
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