Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have never shied away from PDA—and they aren't going to start now.
On July 10, during the UFC 264 fight in Las Vegas, the reality star and Blink-182 drummer took an opportunity to put their love on display. As an audience camera panned to Kardashian and Barker, they chose to give the people the kiss they wanted. But this wasn't just any kiss, it was a full-on makeout session.
Kardashian looked fire in a black corset-style top, leather pants, and earings that read, "Hate You." Her man wore his signature beanie, a leather jacket, and a necklace with a set of skulls. The Poosh mogul showed off more of her look on Instagram.
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These two clearly have no intention of slowing their love affair down. Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker went Instagram official back in February 2021, and just a few months later the drummer got “Kourtney” tattooed on his chest. By May he was willing to let her hold the tattoo gun and write “I love you” on his arm in her own cursive handwriting. What's a public kiss compared to that?
“They’ve been friends and family friends for a very long time, but recently something sparked and their relationship has turned romantic,” a source told Entertainment Tonight in February when they first confirmed their relationship. “They live on the same block, and things are super easy between them because they know each other so well and just click and get one another.”
The pair are so close that Kardashian's ex, Scott Disick, has reportedly been “struggling” to witness the relationship blossom. “It seems like you get really upset when Kourtney is linked to other guys,” Andy Cohen told Scott Disick during the Keeping Up with the Kardashian reunion special. “Me? No,” Disick replied, which received a small laugh from his ex.“No, I just wanna kill them.”
All jokes aside, Kardashian described her relationship with Disick as “great friends and co-parents,” while Disick added that “we're family. I think we always will be.”
This story originally appeared on: Glamour - Author:Condé Nast