Kourtney Kardashian, known for keeping her love life private, took to Instagram Tuesday to confirm she’s dating Travis Barker.
Kardashian posted an understated picture of her and new beau Barker holding hands. Barker co-signed the post, replying with a black heart emoji and reposting the picture on his Instagram story to make it Instagram official.
On Sunday, the smitten couple all but said they were together celebrating Valentine’s Day, posting similar fireplace pictures on Instagram stories. Kardashian teased fans even more snapping a picture of a poem reading: “Roses are red, violets are blue, garlic bread, Blink-182.” (In case you didn’t know, Barker is a former band member of Blink-182.)
PEOPLE reported the budding couple got together last month after a years-long friendship.
Kardashian has three kids from her longtime ex Scott Disick. No stranger to kids himself, Barker also has three kids shared with ex-wife Shanna Moakler. You may recall the couple’s marriage being documented on the short-lived MTV reality show Meet the Barkers.
Those hoping to get more of Kardashian and Barker’s new romance may have to settle for social media snippets since Keep Up With the Kardashians stopped shooting in November after 14 years and several spinoffs. Say farewell when the final season of KUWTK airs next month beginning on March 18.
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