Now has Kourtney Kardashian (43) and Travis Barker (46) married – again.
The couple’s first wedding took place in Las Vegas in early April. At that time they were married, but had no marriage license, so the marriage was invalid. Last week, however, the couple could finally call themselves married also on paperthat time in Santa Barbara.
“They had to get married legally before their big Italian wedding, which is happening very soon,” the source told TMZand continued:
– All the details are set and the whole family, including all the children, is very excited.
And now it’s finally time for an Italian ceremony and for Kourtney to stand as a white bride. It reports People.
“Kravis” has in recent days gathered family and friends in Portofino in Italy, and on Sunday night came the first pictures of Kourtney and the wedding dress.
Together with her mother, Kris Jenner (66), she came walking down a stone staircase wearing a short, white dress with a long veil. In her hand she held a bouquet of white and red roses.
The groom, on the other hand, is dressed in a black tuxedo for the occasion.
Not far behind also came Kourtney’s daughter Penelope (9), and Travis’ daughter Alabama (16) carrying on their respective bouquets of red roses.
In addition to the two, the bride’s sons, Mason (12) and Reign (7), were also present. The same was true of the groom’s son Landon (18) and stepdaughter Atiana (23).
Alabama has shared parts of the big day on its Instagram Story. Among other things, she has shared a selfie of herself and the bride, as well as a photo of Kourtney and Travis during the ceremony itself.
The lavish celebration extends over several days, and started with a dinner party at Ristorante Puny on Friday night, writes People.
Saturday’s festivities included a visit to San Fruttuoso Monastery for lunch, before guests enjoyed dinner and dancing until late at night at Villa San Bartolomeo.
On Sunday, the stage was set for the reception itself, which took place at Castello Brown.
Both Villa San Bartolomeo and Castello Brown are part of the Dolce & Gabbana estate, known as L’Ulivetta.