Travis Barker said that Kris Jenner requested to film his proposal to Kourtney Kardashian.
The proposal was captured on camera on season one of “The Kardashians.”
Barker said that he agreed on the condition that neither he nor his now-wife saw any cameras.
Travis Barker said that he allowed his proposal to Kourtney Kardashian Barker to be filmed at Kris Jenner’s request, on the condition that neither he nor his now-wife would see a single camera.
Barker proposed in October 2021 on a Montecito, CA beach, asking Kardashian Barker to marry him while surrounded by a ring of roses and candles. The event was depicted in episode four of the first season of “The Kardashians,” and featured footage from the actual proposal in addition to the ensuing celebration.
In an interview with GQ, Barker said that it was his wife’s mother, Jenner, who requested the presence of cameras during the proposal, and he agreed on one condition.
“I can’t see one camera, and Kourtney cannot see one camera,” Barker told GQ.
GQ reported that the footage on the show was captured with GoPro cameras that were concealed in nearby foliage. And as for the proposal itself, “The Kardashians” showrunner Danielle King previously told Insider that the entire event was planned by Barker himself, and the production crew had to be ready to “jump into action” when it was time.
“The real-life event was all Travis. It was so impressive,” King told Insider. “He’s so romantic, and he is a perfectionist. He was on top of every single detail. It was impressive, but then on the production side, it was just a lot of biting our nails.”
Barker and Kardashian were later married several times: without a marriage license and by an Elvis impersonator in Las Vegas in April, at a courthouse in Santa Barbara in May, and in an elaborate celebration in Italy later that month.
In the show’s ninth episode, Kardashian Barker voiced her and Barker’s concerns about how the episode was edited to focus in part on Kardashian Barker’s previous partner and father of her children, Scott Disick.
“We like films and have the best time ever, and then we’ve been watching the edits and we’re just so annoyed because they’re like swirling us in with this drama,” she said.
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