Kourtney Kardashian's kids throw her & Travis Barker a 'welcome home' party with rose petals & cookies after Italy trip

KOURTNEY Kardashian's kids threw her & Travis Barker a "welcome home" party with rose petals & cookies after their Italy trip.

The couple spent the last week galivanting around Italy for a romantic getaway.

Kourtney, 42, shared a video to her Instagram Stories of the welcoming she received from her kids when she returned home.

The clip shows her two youngest children, Penelope, nine, and Reign, six, standing at the top of the driveway awaiting their mother's arrival.

Red rose petals were spread throughout the driveway as handcrafted "welcome home" signs were hung on the garage door.

The two ran into their mother's arms embracing her a she walked up the driveway.

The star also captured photos of the table set for dinner which featured roses and "welcome home" signs taped to the window.

The party ended with the family indulging in homemade chocolate chip cookies credited to Kylie Jenner's recipe.

Kourtney and the Blink-182 drummer have been documenting their trip on social media featuring plenty of PDA.


During a yacht ride around the Italian coastline, Travis couldn't keep his hands off Kourtney as she wore a skimpy neon bikini.

The rocker playfully grabbed the mom of three as she walked up the ladder after cooling off.

Later on the couple were seen dressed again and cuddling up on a speedboat as they headed to the mainland.

Kourtney put on a flirty display as she straddled the tattooed musician.

The former Keeping Up with The Kardashians star looked stylish in a green silk romper and kitten heels while Travis kept it casual in a yellow T-shirt and black shorts.


While the lovebirds were enjoying their vacation together, Kourtney's ex, Scott Disick appeared to take offense to the sexy photos.

Scott allegedly messaged Kourtney's other ex, model Younes Bendjima, to troll her.

“Yo is this chick ok!???? Brooooo like what is this. In the middle of Italy," Scott apparently private messaged Younes on Instagram.

However, Younes had no interest in joining the roast and clapped back: "Doesn't matter to me as long as she's happy. PS: I ain't your bro."

The 28-year-old then added a screenshot of the conversation to his Instagram Story and captioned it: "Keep the same energy you had about me publicly, privately."


Travis, 45, subtly responded to Scott's dig by sharing a photo of actor Ray Liotta hysterically laughing in the film Goodfellas on his Instagram Stories.

Kourtney also had a dig at her ex before going to confront him

On Tuesday, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star took to her lifestyle brand Poosh’s Instagram account to share a photo of a naked woman and man embracing.

Kourtney appeared to call out Scott in the caption, writing: “Still in love with someone who treated you like s**t? Been there.”

She then prompted her followers to visit the brand’s website, adding: “Poosh the link in our bio for @michelleafont’s advice on how to get over someone who isn’t worth your time.”

The Poosh founder publicly confirmed her relationship with longtime friend Travis earlier this year, while the couple have become known for their PDA-filled posts.

Before her romance with the Blink-182 rocker, the KUWTK star dated Younes on and off between 2016-2018.


While Kourtney was not 'shocked' by Scott's behaviour, she was was especially disappointed because they'd been coparenting so well together.

The couple share three children together: Penelope, Reign, and Mason, 11.

"She was surprised, but not shocked," a source told People.

"Scott has always had a difficult time accepting that Kourtney is happy with someone else. He is especially threatened by her relationship with Travis."

"Yet, he and Kourtney have been getting along. Kourtney is disappointed that he engages in drama when they have been doing well co-parenting.

"She doesn't get why he felt the need to reach out to Younes.

The sourced added: "She will confront him about it. For now, she continues to enjoy her trip with Travis."

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