Courtney Kardashian celebrates two weeks of marriage with Travis Barker Fun

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Courtney Kardashian celebrated two weeks of marriage to Travis Barker.

The 43-year-old reality star legally married Blink-182 drummer Travis, 46, earlier in May after a training wedding in Las Vegas in March, before holding a third ceremony for family and friends in Italy and marking the two-week anniversary with Instagram post.

Along with a series of images from the day, she wrote on Instagram on Sunday (May 29, 22): “Two weeks ago today, when we went to court to sign our marriage certificate before our wedding ceremony in Italy.”

After their legal wedding, the couple continued to organize a lavish ceremony just a week later in front of the family in Portofino, Italy, on Sunday (May 22, 22).

Both the bride and groom wore Dolce and Gabbana outfits, with the founder of Poosh combining her short white dress with a long embroidered veil and said she entered the open-air ceremony at Castello Brown at the hands of her mother Chris Jenner in view of brothers and sisters Kim Kardashian, Chloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner and Kendall Jenner, as well as the latter’s boyfriend, Devin Booker, and her momager’s partner, Corey Gamble.

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Courtney’s latest Instagram post comes just days after the Kardashian star – who has Mason, 12, Penelope, nine, and Raine, 7, with her ex-partner Scott Disick, while Travis has Landon, 18, and Alabama. 16, with second husband Shana Moakler – claims to have given up sex, caffeine and exercise to increase her fertility.

She said: “I did this cleansing 10 years ago. I kept telling Travis about it, and that’s the only thing we didn’t try to hear from me.

I am talking about. I’m on so much estrogen right now that I don’t have sex with you or not

drinking caffeine, if my mood changes, that’s why. “

In response, Travis said, “I’m fine with a bad day or a hard day

you than one day without you. “

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