Travis Barker’s son calls Kourtney Kardashian relationship ‘true love’

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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s PDA has escalated

Travis Barker’s kids are all in on his relationship with Kourtney Kardashian.

The Blink-182 drummer’s daughter, Alabama Luella Barker, has already been promoting the couple on her Instagram page by commenting and sharing pictures, but now Barker’s 17-year-old son, Landon, has weighed in on the duo.

“True love ❤️❤️,” Landon commented beneath a carousel of photos of Kourtney and his dad.

It’s the same series of photos that prompted the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star’s good friend Tracy Romulus to ask, “Can we start wedding planning yet? You guys are the cutest.”

The musician and Poosh founder’s PDA has been increasing exponentially since going Instagram-official with their romance in February. Their relationship seems to have gotten so serious, in fact, that Barker had Kourtney’s name tattooed onto his chest.

However, it may not have been 45-year-old Barker’s first tattoo dedicated to the 42-year-old reality star; in March, fans speculated that his “You’re so cool!” tattoo — inspired by the 1993 film “True Romance” — was a tribute to Kourtney as well, as it featured her handwriting.

The famed drummer’s vast collection of ink also includes a heart inscribed with the name of his ex-wife, Shanna Moakler, with whom he shares Landon and Alabama.

While Landon and Alabama might ship their dad’s new relationship, it appears there’s one person who does not approve: Kourtney’s ex Younes Bendjima.

Bendjima appeared to shade the couple after they posted on social media a semi-NSFW photo of them kissing, but the model later denied he was judging them.

“I always post quotes since years, all types of quotes. Stop attaching myself to people that are not part of my life anymore, its [sic] been two years let’s move on,” Bendjima wrote.

“No need for bad vibes. Keep me far way [sic] from all that. Much appreciated. Gracias amigos.”

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