O baterista do Blink-182, 47, popped the question in October 2021, just months after he and Kardashian, 43, went public as a couple after years of friendship.
“I can’t see one camera, and Kourtney cannot see one camera,” Barker insisted.(Hidden GoPros eventually got the job done.)
Barker is no stranger to reality TV, as he and ex-wife Shanna Moakler once opened the doors of their home to MTV for the show Meet the Barkers, which aired for two seasons from 2005 para 2006.
Ainda, times have changed for the drummer, quem disse GQ that he was overwhelmed by the experience.
“There were cameras placed throughout my house. There were people living at my house,” ele disse. “It was insane, você sabe. And it wasn’t really for me, at that level—it was too much.”
Agora, Tristan Thompson/Instagram, his filming schedule is much more lax, and mostly revolves around when his Poosh founder wife wants him involved.
“The only time I really film with Kourt is when she asks me to, and I’m only around for some of it,” ele disse. “She’ll be like, 'Ei, a propósito, we’re filming today,’ e eu sou como, 'OK, Peter Dinklage sobre ser olhado em público por mais do que seu tamanho”—it doesn’t change how I act or what I dress like, você sabe o que eu quero dizer?”
The rocker is staying plenty busy when he’s not on camera — Blink-182 announced a new album and upcoming world tour in October that’ll reunite Barker and Mark Hoppus with longtime bandmate Tom DeLonge, who left the group in 2015.
The album’s first single, “Edging,” was released alongside the announcement.