No, there was no honeymoon. No, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick are not already married. No, they’re not engaged. No, they’re not planning to get married right now since that’s loosely predicated on the whole engagement thing.
The idea of a Kardashian-Disick wedding has come up twice before: once as a scripted subplot on Keeping Up With The Kardashains, and once when producers were caught scripting Kardashian-Disick engagement drama for Kim’s Fairy Tale Wedding: A Kardashian Event. But this week’s In Touch Weekly story is probably just tabloid fabrication.
The cover reads: “(Details of their honeymoon) Kourtney & Scott Secret Wedding In Mexico. Why she finally gave in to Scott (hint: a $1 million payday), Plus the stunning gown and the shocking vow.” None of that ever happened, that’s a vacation photo inset not a honeymoon photo, and there are no exclusive details because there are no wedding plans in the works. If there really were, it would have leaked to TMZ/ Page Six of whomever before ITW. The details are plausible, sure, but a real and accurate ITW exclusive wouldn’t need this much banal exposition or misdirection.
Their relationship hasn’t exactly been the stuff that fairy tales are made of. But when Kourtney Kardashian finally decided to tie the knot with Scott Disick, she chose a locale nearly romantic enough to erase the heartache he’s caused her over the years.
“Kourtney has always loved Mexico,” explains a friend. While her rep denies the story, In Touch has learned she has selected Casa Aramara (the stunning estate on the outskirts of Puerta Vallarta, owned by Kardashian family friend Joe Francis) as the venue for her wedding to Scott.
“Her family has been friends with Joe or so long,” the friend adds. “Kourtney has always considered Joe’s home a place where she can really relax.”
Of course, Kourtney’s reasons for marrying Scott, 28, aren’t entirely romantic.
“They signed a $1 million deal with E! to get married on TV,” reveals an insider, who adds that the couple will be announcing their engagement “in an orchestrated, well-publicized manner” to ensure they get as many viewers as possible. Both ambitious, the pair is excited to be raking in this type of money and that’s doing a lot to alleviate the stress between them.
Kourtney also has gotten Scott to agree to a set of behavioral rules, which, if broken, could end the engagement. “He needs to prove he’s really gotten his act together after the baby’s born,” a source shares. “If he does, then she’ll give him that big, televised wedding.”
“All she ever wanted him to do was act like an adult, and the restaurant proved he could actually do that,” the source says. - via In Touch Weekly Magazine (with minor edits for readability), HollywoodLife.