Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Walk Hand-In-Hand Through Streets of NYC
On Friday, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker were enjoying the New York City streets as they walked hand-in-hand before the Blink-182 drummer headed to his show at Madison Square Garden. The musician was wearing a Slayer t-shirt and a pair of black overalls with a black beanie, and his wife was matching his style.
Kardashian wore a vintage Ice Cube concert t-shirt with massive olive green cargo pants and a pair of black sneakers. The Kardashians' star was also wearing black sunglasses, carrying a black bag, and had her chic bob casually styled and back to black after a brief flirtation with blonde.
The couple recently celebrated their one year wedding anniversary. They first married in a Las Vegas ceremony in April of 2022, before sharing a legally binding ceremony in Santa Barbara in May, followed by a massive celebration in Portofino, Italy.
Kardashian celebrated with a post on Instagram, writing, “One year ago today, an Elvis impersonator married me and @travisbarker after the Grammys and way too much tequila in a chapel in Las Vegas! It was one of the best nights of our lives, dreaming of a lifetime filled with fun adventures together.”
Last month, Hulu shared never-before-seen footage in their wedding special, Til Death Do Us Part: Kourtney & Travis.
“This is our personal archive footage that we are sharing with the world,” the trailer teases, with the lovebirds explaining that each ceremony had different characteristics.
“Vegas was like our wild rockstar wedding, Santa Barbara was like as traditional as everyone else’s wedding could’ve been,” Barker said.
Kardashian added, “And then Italy was really romantic and classic. I felt like I had so much anxiety because it’s such a vulnerable moment you’re sharing.”
Barker went on, “I just felt like I’m about to marry the love of my life. And then it was like, ‘Oh my god, I’m about to marry the love of my life.’ And it all set in.”
His wife felt similarly, saying, “Our wedding felt like time didn’t exist, and it just felt, like, perfect.”
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