The model announced her intention to take a break from Instagram.
"Temporarily closed for spiritual maintenance," she posted on her Instagram Story, according to People magazine. She also reportedly added a quote attributed to late rapper Tupac Shakur, which read, "Before you ask why someone hates you, ask yourself why you give a f—."
"He's my friend and co-parent, and I want him to be happy," she told a paparazzo, "and if being with her makes him happy, and she's happy, I'm happy for both of them honestly."
She quickly added, "He can handle that Kardashian drama."
In late spring, though, she changed her tune and accused Kourtney of "destroying" her family. "My family's broken because of this family, and now my kids are alienated from each other because of another sister in this family," she told TMZ.
Travis and Kourtney's romance appeared destined for an engagement early on, as the two were essential inseparable, and she even got him flying again.
Over the weekend, the Blink-182 drummer popped the question to the "Keeping Up With The Kardashians" star at the Rosewood Miramar in Montecito, California. The proposal was reportedly filmed for the Kardashian's upcoming reality show on Hulu.
"It was a complete surprise for Kourtney. Travis told her family that he planned to propose, but everyone was great at keeping it secret," a source told People. "The Rosewood is their favorite for short weekend getaways. They often stay at the hotel. This is why Travis proposed there. It's a very special place to them, but it was also easier to keep everything a secret by proposing there."
"Kourtney is of course ecstatic," the source added. "She can't wait to marry Travis. She would also love to have a baby with him."
This will be Travis' second marriage, as he was married to Shanna from 2004 to 2008. They share children, Landon, 17, and Alabama, 15. Kourtney and Travis' romance also put the spotlight on Shanna's relationship with Landon and Alabama, especially after her daughter dubbed Shanna an absentee parent over the summer. Prior to that, Landon said on social media, "… Our mom has never been in our lives and isn't in our lives like our dad is."
While addressing the mother-children drama in June, Shanna told Page Six, "Sadly right now at this moment there's still some distance. I'm just trying to give everybody some space." The self-imposed "space" was needed, she said, "so we can heal and come back together again."
Things appeared to get better after that, as Shanna and Alabama made a TikTok video together. Shanna also recently posted a photo from a sushi date with her son. After the engagement, though, Buzzfeed reported that Shanna had mysteriously removed several images of her kids from her Instagram.