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Members of the Kardashian family were seen aboard a yacht in Portofino, Italy to enjoy a pre-wedding lunch with Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker.
As previously reported, the famous family made the trip overseas to see older brother Kardashian get married for the first time. On Friday night, the family members in attendance all arrived for dinner in Italy in custom Dolce and Gabbana outfits.
Kim Kardashian and her eldest daughter North West were seen walking hand-in-hand towards the yacht. The “Skims” founder was spotted barefoot as she wore it in a black gothic dress with North, 8, in a rose gold ensemble.
Khloe Kardashian and Kylie Jenner followed. Khloe wore a form-fitting brown Dolce and Gabbana mini dress as the “Kylie Cosmetics” founder was seen in a floral dress. His daughter, Stormi, was also present.
TRAVIS BARKER, KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN MARRY IN ITALIAN CEREMONY
Khloe posted a series of photos to her Instagram, showing the family sailing to the Italian fishing village of San Fruttuoso. “La Dolce Vita,” Khloe captioned her photos.
Kourtney Kardashian was seen in a gothic Dolce and Gabbana look which featured a black and blue veil worn over her face. Her children – whom she shares with her ex Scott Disick – made the trip to see their mother marry.
Kourtney and Barker exchange vows in front of family and a few friends at Italian castle Castello Brown, TMZ first reported.
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Barker’s children were also present for the pre-wedding lunch, which his daughter, Alabama, documented on social media. Blink182 drummers are expected to attend the lavish wedding.
The couple would host a reception for friends once back in Los Angeles.
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Kardashian and Barker are legally married in the United States and posed for photos at the Santa Barbara courthouse on Sunday.
The drummer offered in October after they dated less than a year ago. Both have their own children from previous relationships.
Fox News’ Lauryn Overhultz contributed to this report.