AceShowbiz - Shanna Moakler is not against the idea of ex-husband Travis Barker having a child with Kourtney Kardashian. In a new interview, the former Miss USA shares that it will be fantastic for the couple to have a child together if they want to.
In the interview with Us Weekly, Shanna weighed in on the couple's pregnancy journey amid their in vitro fertilization challenges. "All I know is kind of, like, what everyone knows," the 47-year-old said on Friday, April 22, while promoting her upcoming Miss Nevada USA and Miss Utah USA pageants. "I think they were trying with IVF and there were some complications."
The "Celebrity Big Brother" alum went on to note, "I think if that's a desire between the two of them then that's fantastic." She added, "I don't have any issues with that. Their personal relationship is really nothing I get involved in."
Travis and Kourtney have been candid about their IVF journey. The Poosh founder revealed during an episode of "The Kardashians" that she was trying for another baby with the Blink-182 drummer. "It hasn't been the most amazing experience," Kourtney told cameras about the IVF process during the Thursday, April 21 episode.
Kourtney, who already shares sons Mason and Reign, as well as daughter Penelope with ex Scott Disick, also addressed Instagram trolls who kept assuming that she's pregnant when she gained some weight. "Every single person on social media is always like, 'Kourtney's pregnant, Kourtney's pregnant, Kourtney's gained so much weight,' " she ranted to her mom Kris Jenner. "It's so rude to comment on people when you have no idea what they're actually going through. The medication they're giving me, they put me into menopause. … Literally into menopause."
As for Shanna, the "Meet the Barkers" alum claimed that she didn't watch Travis and his new lady on the new TV show. "I'm kind of focused over here on just, you know, my work and getting myself in a really good positive place mentally and physically," the former Miss New York USA 1995 explained.
She, however, said that she's okay with her children being featured on the Hulu show. "I'm fine with my children doing whatever it is that creatively makes them happy. And if being on that show does that for them then, I mean, it doesn't bother me," the star, who shares son Landon and daughter Alabama, with the musician, said. "All I care about is my children's happiness. And it's the one thing that Travis and I agree on and that's putting our children first and so as long as they're happy and they're being treated well by that family, then I'm happy."