During the last months, fans have seen that Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are so infatuated with each other that they can't keep their hands off each other. In fact, they were so eager to be together forever in life that they recently eloped and went to Las Vegas to tie the knot unofficially.
At this point you might have also heard that after a year of dating, Travis Barker asked the big question to Kourtney surrounded by hundreds of roses next to the beach, giving her a diamond ring worth 1 million.
Well, long story short, Kourtney Kardashian broke her engagement ring, causing her a lot of distress. During an episode of 'The Kardashians' Kris Jenner saw her daughter not wearing the ring and asked her where it was. Kourt then replied that it was getting fixed admitting that "probably one of the worst things I've ever done in my whole life."
Kardashian, who is marrying for the first time in her life, admitted that she was doing some chores and accidentally broke it. "I was sitting on my floor folding sweatshirts. I took the ring off and I put it next to me on the floor, like, thinking it would be safe right next to me," Kardashian said. "I had to get something up above in my closet, and when I stepped down, I stepped on the ring."
After this, the first thing she did was hysterically cry in her closet for hours because she could not believe what she had just done. She also recalled that at the time she composed a bit, she called Travis. "I did something really, really bad," she recalls. Saying to him.
Despite an official date has not been revealed yet, Kourtney also added that she had a nervous breakdown because "This is the most beautiful thing that I've ever had in my life, and how could I have done that?'"
Jeweler Lorraine Schwartz was the one to design the diamond ring, and according to her, Travis was very invested in this. "I worked on it with Travis and he was a really big part of it," the jeweler told People. "He was really hands-on in the whole making of it. It's gorgeous and they're happy. It's a flawless, beautifully cut diamond stone,"
Months later after the engagement, Travis and Kourtney went to Las Vegas where an Elvis impersonator married them but it was later revealed that they did not have a wedding license. Despite everyone calling it a fake wedding, they have defended it saying that what matters is the symbolism and not the papers.