Kourtney Kardashian fans are reacting to the revelation that she keeps son Reign Disick's hair plait in her bedside drawer, and smells it often.
As you probably know, 43-year-old Kourt shares three children with ex-partner Scott Disick - Mason, 12, Penelope, 10, and Reign, 7. The Kardashians fans might remember Reign having long length hair up until the age of five, with Kourtney often clapping back at trolls criticising his look.
All that changed in August 2020 when he ditched the George Of The Jungle style locks in favour of a buzzcut. Sharing a photo of Reign with a freshly shaved head on her Instagram grid, Kourtney wrote, "I am not OK."
Now, Reign's mum has revealed she actually kept his hair after it was cut off, and sometimes gives it a whiff. We have questions.
In a new Interview magazine chat, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian were discussing their nightstands. "I have Reign’s hair, because we didn’t cut his hair until he was five,” Kourt says when asked what’s in her "secret drawer."
She continued, "I have his long braid and I smell it often" to which Koko replied, "Oh my god. Okay. That’s nice."
Kourtney then said, "I’ll show you when you come over later,", with Khloé saying back, "Oh no, I’m fine with that. It’s like, oh my gosh. Rapunzel?"
So Kourtney keeps the braid from Reigns hair, and smells it? Im all for keeping a lock of your kids first haircut cuz im pretty sure my mom did, but I don’t recall her keeping it in a drawer and sniffing it every once in awhile. But to each their own
— Cindy C. Garcia (@MsGarcia10823) November 22, 2022
The keeping the hair isn't weird. You put it in a baby book. The smelling it often is
— B Gamble (@IAmJustBee) November 22, 2022
I keep some school stuff from my kids but to collect teeth, hair, and to sniff it often? Wtf that’s just crazy.
— Marina (@marina_waffles) November 23, 2022
While some people have praised Kourtney's actions as loving and motherly, insisting they have kept children's teeth or done similar, others have questioned whether it's a bit, well, weird.
We're saying nothing.
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