Kourtney Kardashian is formally a Barker. The Kardashians star, who wed Travis Barker, for a 3rd time in Italy over the weekend, took to Instagram on Monday, Might 23, and added Barker to her final identify. HollywoodLife additionally EXCLUSIVELY discovered that Kourtney modified her final identify legally as effectively. It’s fairly clear that she’s tremendous proud to be Travis’ spouse, and altering her final identify to Kardashian Barker is one solution to present that.
“Kourtney will at all times be generally known as Kourtney Kardashian, however she determined to make use of Kardashian Barker” after marrying Travis, a supply near the fact TV star instructed HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. “She actually feels that it’s significant to Travis and herself. Her household was advising towards [her changing her last name to just Barker] as a result of she has so many ties to Kardashian. They urged that she mix their final names, like what Kim did when she married Kanye [West], so that’s finally what she determined to do”.
“She modified the identify legally already within the courts when she received her marriage license,” our supply added. “She is his spouse and is honored to share his final identify.”
As we beforehand reported, Kourtney, 43, and Travis, 46, held a marriage ceremony ceremony in Portofino, Italy on Might 22, simply two months after that they had a apply marriage ceremony in Las Vegas. And every week earlier than the ceremony in Italy, Travis and Kourtney obtained a wedding license in Santa Barbara, which is when she additionally requested to vary her final identify legally. However the Italy ceremony was the large occasion — in reality, it was a full-fledged household affair with nearly each Kardashian in attendance. And everybody wore Dolce & Gabbana.
Sadly, Kim’s boyfriend, Pete Davidson, couldn’t make the marriage, as he needed to be in New York to shoot his ultimate episode of Saturday Night time Dwell. Rob Kardashian, Scott Disick, Kanye West, Tristan Thompson and Corey Gamble additionally gave the impression to be lacking from the nuptials.