After their cute date at Disneyland, Travis Barker made a big declaration about his girlfriend, Kourtney Kardashian, on Instagram.
In the comments section of his photos from their visit to the “Happiest Place On Earth,” the Blink-182 member, 45, referred to the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star, 42, as “the love of my life.”
Meanwhile, Kardashian expressed her happiness by saying, “happiest.”
The reality star’s son Mason, 11, and daughter Penelope, 8, were spotted at the Anaheim, Calif., theme park on Wednesday, as were Barker’s son Landon, 17, and daughter Alabama, 15.
Fans gushed over the smitten couple after the singer shared a snapshot of the fun-filled afternoon on his Instagram page.
“I just love you too [sic] together!!!!,” one said. “Love looks so amazing on both of you,” said another. After the tough year we’ve all had, go for it…because in the end, that’s all that counts. “Warm greetings.”
However, not everyone is a fan of the pair, including Barker’s ex-wife Shanna Moakler, with whom he has two teenage children.
Moakler, 46, recently accused the Grammy nominee of having an affair with Kourtney’s sister Kim Kardashian when they were together — and blamed Kim, 40, for their divorce.
“Travis and Kim have never had a romantic relationship,” a source close to Kim told Page Six.
“Anyone who is close to them has always known that Travis has been in love with Kourtney [not Kim] for forever,” the source continued. They’re head over heels in love and best friends. All in their circle is overjoyed for them.”
Moakler and Barker were married in 2004, divorced in 2006, and their divorce was finalized in 2008.
Kourtney has never been married, but she has three children with ex-boyfriend Scott Disick: Mason, Penelope, and 6-year-old Reign.
Barker and Kourtney have known each other for over a decade but only began dating in January.
In March, the drummer told Drew Barrymore that he enjoyed dating a woman with children, saying, “I also really like missing someone and cherishing the time that I spend with them rather than being with them every day, particularly in the beginning of the relationship.” I believe that missing someone is extremely important.”