Fans are losing it after Kourtney was spotted in bridal Minnie Mouse ears at Disneyland with Travis

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Photo credit: Travis Barker  - Instagram
Photo credit: Travis Barker - Instagram

From sharing very steamy PDA pics to giving each other literal tattoos, we all know that Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker are not afraid of showing off just how in love they are. Naturally, fans have been wondering what the next step for the couple might be. And, after Kourtney was spotted wearing bridal Minnie Mouse ears at Disneyland, it looks like we might have the answer.

Kourtney spent the day at the theme park with Travis, along with her sons Mason and Reign, and his kids Alabama and Landon. At the park, Kourtney posed for a photo with a fan while wearing her bridal ears. The photo was then shared, but very quickly deleted, on Instagram by Alabama.

Of course, the snap didn't stay hidden for long, and was reshared by celebrity podcaster Amanda Hirsch. She captioned the photo: "KOURT WITH A MINNIE VEIL (That was a weird thing to write lol) but I mean…. Disney lovers equivalent to sending ring hints!?"

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Fans quickly took to the comments section to share their verdict. "No Disney fan wears the bridal gear unless there’s a reason," said one fan, "Usually you wear that when you're a bride at Disney either pre wedding or post for honeymoon 👀" added another.

"As a Disney adult you DO NOT wear bride ears unless you are engaged/just married. Reason being cast members and Disney guests will spend the day congratulating you as you walk through the park. Cast members will also go above and beyond for a Disney bride/honeymooner/just engaged," commented another fan.

Unfortunately, neither Kourtney or Travis have confirmed – or denied – the engagement rumours. But, if you ask us, the photo speaks for itself, right?

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