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Courtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Welcome Their First Child

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  • Sunday, 05 November 2023 15:24

The couple welcomed a baby boy this week, according to two sources close to Kardashian Barker. The pair got married last year.

According to two sources close to Kardashian Barker, Courtney Kardashian Barker gave birth to her first child with husband Travis Barker this week.

Kardashian Barker, who married the Blink-182 drummer last year and announced her pregnancy in June, has given birth to a baby boy.

The couple documented Kardashian Barker's pregnancy journey on the Hulu reality series "Kardashian." The show follows her path as she began fertility treatment. She later announced she had halted the process and left family planning in God's hands.

In September, Kardashian Barker underwent an "emergency fetal procedure" and noted that doctors saved her baby's life. Several Blink-182 concerts were postponed, and Barker briefly left the tour to be with his wife. "As someone who has had three really easy pregnancies in the past, I was not prepared for the fear of an emergency fetal procedure," she wrote on Instagram at the time. "I don't think anyone can truly understand the feeling unless you have been through it. I don't think anyone can truly understand the fear."

Kardashian Barker, a reality star and founder of the lifestyle and wellness company Poosh, announced her pregnancy by recreating a scene from Blink-182's music video. During one of the band's concerts, she held up a giant handwritten sign that read, "Travis, I'm pregnant."

This moment, captured on video and posted on her Instagram page, was a recreation of Blink-182's 1999 video for the hit song "All The Small Things," in which a woman does the same thing.

An astonished Barker jumped off the stage, hugged, and kissed his wife.

Kardashian Barker has three other children with her former partner Scott Disick: Mason, 13; Penelope, 11; and Reign, 8. Barker has two children from his previous marriage to model Shanna Moakler: Landon, 20; and Alabama, 17.