Travis Barker’s love for Kourtney Kardashian is no small thing.
On April 9, the reality star showed off her heart-cherry manicure, using her boyfriend’s tattooed chest as a backdrop. Right above her hand you can see, clear as day, that the Blink-182 drummer was recently inked with her name.
One of the first comments on the post was “y’all just got together,” which is a fair point. While rumors of their relationship began surfacing in January 2021, the pair didn’t go Instagram official until February 17. However, like many pandemic relationships, things seem to have heated up pretty quickly.
“Kourtney and Travis have had a platonic relationship for years and 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 around that time. “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.”
Now, he’s got her name tattooed over his heart. Here’s a photo from the wild:
The Poosh founder also revealed that Barker serves as her impromptu hairstylist. “And he braids,” she wrote on Instagram stories over a photo of her long french braid.
You know what they say, the couple that braids together, stays together. Oh, they don’t say that? Oh well.
While things have clearly become serious, that hasn’t stopped Kourtney’s sisters, particularly Kim and Khloé Kardashian, from speculating about other relationships in her life. Recently, the Kardashians had some questions about the 41-year-old’s close relationship with 20-year-old TikTok celebrity, Addison Rae. In fact, Kim straight-up asked the influencer if she and Kourtney were “hooking up,” which Rae denied.
Meanwhile, Travis Barker is out here gushing about Kourtney Kardashian on The Drew Barrymore Show. “I’m spending time with a woman who’s a great mom, who’s a great friend and you don’t have to worry about any of those things,” Barker told Barrymore in March. “It just comes natural, it’s like a maturity thing.”