Kourtney Kardashian: Reality star was probably in the clinic

Kourtney Kardashian: Reality star was probably in the clinic

Kourtney Kardashian is said to be doing better after an alleged hospital stay. Her husband had previously had to interrupt his tour.

Musician Travis Barker (47), husband of Kourtney Kardashian (44), had interrupted his tour with Blink-182 because of an “urgent family matter”. The reason for this could be the reality star. The heavily pregnant Kardashian is said to have recently visited a hospital, .

Kardashian is now “back home with her kids,” an anonymous source said. “She’s feeling better. She’s also happy to have Travis home,” the magazine continued. It’s not known why Kardashian allegedly had to be hospitalized. The couple has not yet spoken publicly.

Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin shows postponed

“Due to an urgent family matter, Travis has had to return home to the States,” the band said in . Performances in Glasgow, Belfast and Dublin therefore had to be postponed. When he returns to Europe and fresh dates for the shows are to be communicated as soon as possible.

It is currently not clear how the tour will continue. Several performances in Germany are also planned for the coming days – in Cologne, Berlin and Hamburg. “So far we are assuming that the concert will take place as planned,” said Tomasz Grenke, spokesman for the Lanxess Arena. So far, “nothing to the contrary” has been heard.

The reality star and the Blink 182 drummer have been married since 2022 and are currently expecting their first child together. In June that they will have a boy. She already has two sons and a daughter from a previous relationship with Scott Disick (40). He had a son and a daughter with his ex-wife Shanna Moakler (48), who also brought a stepdaughter into the marriage.

Source: Stern

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