Kourtney Kardashian Is Engaged To Travis Barker

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In less than a year, Travis Barker has done what Scott Disick couldn’t do in ten: get a ring on Kourtney Kardashian’s finger. The Poosh founder made the announcement official herself with an image of her being embraced on the beach by Barker… at sunset… surrounded by thousands of roses and candlelight. Her caption? One word: “Forever.”

The Blink-182 drummer got down on one knee beachside at the Rosewood Miramar hotel – and she said yes! They had just gotten back from a fun trip to NYC – where Travis was in town to perform with Young Thug on “SNL” – and hit up the Rosewood in Montecito, their usual spot. So a source tells “E! News” Kourtney “had no idea” he was planning to propose.

Travis recruited the Kardashian fam’s florist Jeff Leatham to set up huge floral arrangements on the beach lined with candles, leading Kourtney to center where he “professed his love to her and thanked her for making him a better person.” "It was super emotional and sentimental. Kourtney was so happy and was definitely emotional," the insider says. "She teared up and couldn't stop saying, 'I love you.'"

The Kardashian-Jenners were there for the special moment. The source says Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Corey Gamble and more were in on the surprise proposal. Plus, Kim has shared a video of Kourtney and Travis kissing on Twitter, showing off Kourtney’s huge diamond ring and writing, “KRAVIS FOREVER” with a ring emoji.

Things almost didn’t go according to plan on Kourtney and Travis’ way to New York City. Travis is nervous enough on flights, only overcoming his fear of flying now since he’s dated Kourtney, but things got extra stressful during takeoff on his flight to NYC when he dropped his phone between their business-class seats. A source tells “Page Six” that Kourtney was “frantically searching” for the phone, asking the attendants for “five more minutes.” One insider says she caused a bit of a stink over the phone and held people up for hours, while another insists it only took a few minutes to take apart the seat and find the phone.

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