The model and the musician, after the yes in Las Vegas and the legal marriage in Santa Barbara, are ready to get married again on the weekend, this time in a fairytale setting: according to TMZ, in fact, they have rented the Brown Castle in the charming Ligurian village (which is already invaded by stars).
There’s no two without three. Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are preparing to exchange solemn promises for the third time in a month and a half. After the yes in Las Vegas and the legal wedding in Santa Barbara, the model and the musician will get married over the weekend in front of close friends and some family members in a dream setting: Portofino, the enchanting Ligurian village famous all over the world.
According to reports, the couple will celebrate the rite between the San Fruttuoso abbey and the Dolce & Gabbana villa. According to TMZ, moreover, it seems that the two have rented Castello Brown, the historic defensive building and noble residence that is located on top of the promontory. Therefore, a fairytale party and a parade of stars are expected: some have already arrived in the country, like the mother of the Kardashians, Kris Jenner.
According to Celebrity Jets, the Twitter account that monitors celebrity jet routes, both Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are already in Italy. Certainly there is Mark Hoppus, singer and bassist of Blink-182, who went to dinner with Fedez in Milan before reaching Liguria to pay homage to his historic bandmate. A ceremony that will be a little more open, therefore, than the first two.
In which – recalls Page Six – neither Kourtney’s children nor Travis’s children took part: «This time there will be», writes the gossip site. Which, due to the protracted celebrations, compares the Kardashian–Barker marriage to the Jonas-Chopra one. From last October’s wedding proposal, on a Californian beach, fans were waiting for the fateful yes, but they hardly thought they would see so many.
And there are already those who are talking about a fourth reception in Los Angeles, with even more people, on their return from Italy.
Author: Michael Zippo
Sources: VanityFair, IO Donna