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Kardashian spotted in Sydney hotspot

Kourtney Kardashian has been spotted at a Sydney celebrity hotspot after flying in to Australia to support her husband, Travis Barker.

The Disney reality star will be enjoying this sights and sounds of Down Under while the Blink 182 star tours the country with his band.

After Travis jetted off to Perth for the opening night of his tour on Thursday, Kardashian was instead joined by two of her kids, Penelope and Reign, as she headed to lunch at Mimi’s in Coogee.

Clearly not looking to fly under the radar, Mimi’s is infamous for attracting an array of local and international celebrities looking to enjoy some of the tastes of Australia.

Kardashian is believed to be basing herself in Sydney while Barker travels around the country, before ending up back in Sydney on February 16 and 17.

Kardashian and her daughter, Penelope, looked the spitting image of each other sporting similar oversized white T-shirts as onlookers snapped pictures of the family.

The mother of four also paid tribute to her loved ones, wearing one necklace that read “Rocky” – her newborn son’s name – and another that read “Mrs Barker”.

Meanwhile, all eyes were on the mega-famous couple as they flew into the Harbour City via a private jet on Tuesday, accompanied by Penelope and Reign, and their three-month-old son, Rocky, who was on his first ever overseas trip.

Her eldest child Mason, 13, does not appear to be on the trip.

This is Blink-182’s first time performing in Australia in seven years. They were last here for their world tour in 2013, but Barker did not join the band due to his fear of flying, which stemmed from surviving a plane crash in 2008. The drummer was on-board a small aircraft at the time alongside two pilots, his security guard, personal assistant, and friend and collaborator Adam Goldstein, aka DJ AM. But moments after the plane took off down the runway in South Carolina, they reported a big bang before it burst into flames on an embankment on the tarmac.

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