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A child is perhaps within the playing cards for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker. Within the upcoming reality-television reboot “The Kardashians,” the couple provides perception into the probably of them having a toddler collectively. This, after all, would not be both star’s introduction to parenthood: Kardashian, 42, shares three youngsters with ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, whereas Barker, 46, has three youngsters with ex-wife Shanna Moakler.
Within the official trailer for “The Kardashians,” Kardashian plainly states her need to conceive once more. “Travis and I need to have a child,” she says. Additionally included is footage of Kardashian and Barker apparently at a physician’s appointment collectively. In an interview with Leisure Tonight to advertise the present, Kardashian elaborated on the expertise: “It is a phenomenal factor that we would like to have occur, however the journey is a bit onerous.” Kris Jenner added, “And emotional.”
Kim Kardashian has additionally spoken in regards to the couple’s potential subsequent chapter. “You may see their journey. I feel if you discover love you could’t love with out, and there is nonetheless an opportunity — she’s in her early 40s — they positively need to see what life could be like with a child. They share their complete story and have been tremendous open,” she stated on “The Ellen DeGeneres Present.” “I feel individuals will actually need to see how cute they’re and the way a lot they make out.”
Kardashian and Barker first sparked courting rumors in January 2021 and confirmed their romance shortly after, round Valentine’s Day. They obtained engaged on the Rosewood Miramar Resort in October 2021 after lower than a 12 months of courting, though they’d been associates for years. Following their look on the Grammy Awards in Las Vegas on April 3, the couple had a wedding ceremony on the One Love Wedding ceremony Chapel full with an Elvis Presley impersonator. Lacking, nevertheless, was an precise marriage license. Kardashian wrote afterward, “Follow makes excellent.”