Malibu, California – Second Courtney Kardashian landed in Las Vegas for last week’s Grammy Awards when she learned that she and Travis Parker were about to tie the knot.
But he says he and his fiance Blink-182 drummer “decided to go for it” and went to the One Love Wedding Chapel in October, until the award ceremony was over and the tequila flowed. Midnight.
Courtney said he and Parker had the intention of getting married legally, but did not realize that the church did not grant marriage licenses.
However, walking down the aisle, Parker predicts for a moment before making their vows to an officer (who has twice been an Elvis Presley impersonator): “Shouldn’t you tell your mom first?”
“Travis always encourages me to tell my mom everything, so he says, ‘Call your mom,'” says Courtney, who is survived by sisters Klose Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner and mommaker Chris Jenner. “When I’m drunk, I like to call Chloe.”
Since September, six members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have been busy shooting for their new Hulu show “The Kardashians”, which airs weekly from Thursday. The first 10-episode season family is still filming.
Courtney called her mom – and Klose.
“I loved it,” Klose says. “I feel so honored. I loved every second.”
“I think she was drunk too,” Courtney adds.
“I’m not drunk!” Chloe teases again. “I was awake, I was thriving, but I’m not at court level. I need to chat a little with Elvis … I need to screen the whole preview of the church. It’s amazing. I do not know who Elvis’ wife is, but it’s not Priscilla.”
For most families, an early Vegas wedding provides enough family drama to trigger rumors at holiday meetings in the years to come. But for the Kardashians, who built the world-famous brand through family drama, it was another nightmare about the success of reality TV.
The family knows one or two things about the hit reality TV.
Fans were looking forward to the play “The Kardashians” from E’s “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” movie, which premiered in 2007 and ran for 14 years and 20 seasons. But in their new endeavor more cinematic camera angles, sleek editing and product values give a more mature, professional aesthetic to the whole process.
This is an appropriate look at where the family now finds themselves in life, Kim says.
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“(‘The Kardashians’) love to show us individually, I think it’s very different than our last show,” he says. “One day in life or whatever we do individually all the time, I want you to see what comes together as a family.”
Close says he and his sisters, aged 24 to 42, have grown a lot since they started in E and became adults, mothers and business owners.
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“We were always together and it was very hard for that group to shoot us the other way around,” Close says of “Keeping Up”. “Now we have completely new eyes … you can see us in those endeavors, on the contrary Salad-shake Together. “
What the Kardashian-Jenner clan has to say about their new program, mental health and more. (Interview edited for length and clarity.)
Question: Kendall, you have spoken openly about your struggle with social concern on Instagram. What motivated you to be so open about mental health?
Kendall Jenner: Many of us feel like we have been in Lockdown (for so long); Being in this infection and feeling a little lonely than usual. So when it came out of it, it was really hard for me to get used to the big settings … a lot of people I think have always been, and my mom can attest to that. But this is something we all probably feel a little bit – the social anxiety of having to come out of the world again and reorganize.
Chris Jenner: Because you share it openly with others, if people are affected by the same things, they feel like they’re looking at someone like Kendall … ‘There are things she struggles with too. . ‘ It really helps others at the same time.
Kendall: I want to feel helpful. I like to provide tools. I would like to offer useful advice. Don’t just say ‘oh, this is what I deal with’.
Q: I would also like to congratulate Kylie on welcoming your second child with Travis Scott. How do you become a mother to your new son?
Kylie: It’s so exciting, and it’s so special to see my daughter (Stormy Webster) bond with our new baby. We are in baby paradise.
Q: You recently shared on Instagram that you decided to change your son’s name from wolf to something else. What did you decide to change, and when do you think the new name will be released?
Kylie: I have to sign the birth certificate soon and then I know that I will change his name as soon as I sign the birth certificate. (Laughter). It did not suit him. We have not yet legally changed his name. We are active, so it would not be appropriate to share anything when we do not have an official name.
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Q: Does it make any sense when you look at the future of your family that you think you should be willing to step back from reality TV? How do you know the time is right?
Kim: I think we do not see the timeline of when we want to retreat. We retired for a year and we are very happy to be back. We always said when it stopped being fun for us, we would back off, but we’re all really excited about coming back.
Q: Yeh (formerly known as Kanye West, rapper and Kim’s ex-husband) has been in the news recently for exploding Kim’s relationship with Pete Davidson. As a family, how did you handle it?
Kim: I wish my family would not comment on someone who is not part of the show. Personal things are very difficult to meet, and I always want the support of my family. But Kanye and I have always been family and there is a lot of love. Whatever it is, we are all supportive and everyone has a lot of love for him.
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Q: You are not just the icons of television, but the devices of pop culture. What is the secret of your enduring heritage?
Close: Always being united. We are more powerful in number. We are strong together and will not allow anything to separate us from what we are, that is family, at the end of the day. If you allow outside voices or outsiders to try to break us it can actually dilute and easily darken, but you cannot break this monarchy.
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