Kourtney Kardashian is feeling ‘better’ after a short hospital stay and the cancellation of a Blink-182 tour

Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker’s wife Kourtney Kardashian is reportedly “feeling better” after the rapper returned home from his tour due to a family emergency.

The band announced on Friday (September 1) that they were canceling several of their upcoming shows due to an “urgent family matter” that forced Barker to return to the United States.

Blink were due to take to the stage that day in Glasgow, but the concert was postponed along with those in Belfast and Dublin.

Now, according to People, Kourtney, who is pregnant with her and Barker’s first child together, had to go to the hospital for an undisclosed emergency.

The couple were seen leaving the hospital on Saturday (September 2) in photos obtained by MailOnline. In them the couple is seen getting into a black SUV.

A source told People that Kardashian is “back home now with her kids,” adding, “She’s feeling better. She’s happy to have Travis back home, too.”

Neither Barker nor Kardashian have yet made public comments on the matter.

Over the weekend, Barker shared photos on his Instagram story of a sign reading “Prayer Room” believed to be at Glasgow airport. He also provided an image of a stained glass window inside the church, along with a tapestry hanging on the wall that read “Together We Pray”.

Kardashian previously revealed news of her pregnancy by holding a sign during a Blink-182 concert in June, a reference to a similar moment in the video for her classic 1999 hit “All The Small Things.”

Meanwhile, Blink-182 said more information regarding Barker’s return to Europe and his rescheduled dates would be made available as soon as it became available.

The highly anticipated concerts were to be the trio’s first performances in the UK and Ireland since Tom DeLonge’s return to the pop-punk band.

For his part, DeLonge recently confirmed that the new Blink-182 album is “just a few weeks away”, calling it “the best album we’ve ever made.” The record will be the first full-length release from the classic lineup, which also features Mark Hoppus, since they reunited last year.

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