Travis Barker has several ways of showing his affection for Kourtney Kardashian.
The Blink-182 drummer can be seen planting a kiss on the public banner that features his wife in a Friday Instagram Story that was shared by the reality star and later by the musician. The banner was displayed to advertise The Kardashians’ newest season on Hulu.
I don’t care how disgusting that is, that’s what my wife, Kardashian, 43, wrote in the caption of a comment from Barker, 46, which she seemed to find humorous.
The rocker opened up earlier this week about growing his Barker Wellness brand and his health journey alongside Kardashian. The rocker was hospitalized for “life-threatening” pancreatitis this summer.
When Barker launched his Barker Wellbeing skincare line at Nobu Malibu, he commented, “Our friendship and our relationship started ten years ago, and I think we were both extremely into wellness.” We both had a strong commitment to good parenting, exercise, and healthy food.
Son Landon, 18, daughter Alabama, 16, and stepdaughter Atiana, 23, all call Barker their father. His blended family with the founder of POOSH now includes her children, sons Mason, 12, and Reign, 7, after they got married in May. Penelope, her daughter, is 10 years old.
When traveling or at home, the couple maintains their fitness.
He told us, “We have matcha in bed every morning, no matter where we are, we’re at a hotel, we’re traveling. “We work out. Three miles a day are covered by running or walking for us.”
They also monitor their diet or lack thereof: Barker converted to vegetarianism at the age of 13. I’ve been a vegan for sixteen years, he said. “I adore the fact that [Kourtney] is 99% vegan. No fur is present. Meat is absent. No fish exist. All that my infant really needs to stop eating is cheese and butter “Jokingly, he said.
He claimed that a significant portion of his exercise regimen revolves around functional fitness.
“I’ll do functional training a lot because I have a show coming up. I’m going to move quickly. I’ll work the fighting ropes a lot, “He added. “I want to be fit, but how can I get better at playing the drums? Why can’t I get tired? How can I stand tall for my kids? What can I do to improve my Muay Thai? All of those things cross my mind. And I just try to make sure that my exercise regiment supports all of those things.”
Barker clarified that exercise is only one aspect of his holistic approach to wellness after stating that he, too, “would love to do a marathon one day.”
“To me, wellness is… I believe there are many people in the world who believe that what you eat, how you treat your body, and how you take care of your health are not your responsibility “He divulged. And I believe that at some point, you have to make a sacrifice, and for me, wellness has always been that.
“However, I believe you can get any surgery you desire to change the way you look. You must eventually pay off your debt “He carried on. “Just be healthy, drink enough of water, and avoid using hazardous goods, I’ve always urged my children. I have no idea. Just do everything I can to nudge them in the correct path.”
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