Kourtney Kardashian wants to be in love

and she made it official
By Helena Saadeh
20 Jan,2019

On Saturday morning, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star posted a clasp from the romantic comedy Notting Hill to her Instagram Story. She subtitled the video, "I want to be in love" with the crying emoticon alongside it. The hit movie, which stars Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant, recounts the tale of a motion picture star à la Julia Roberts distinction level and her association with the proprietor of a movement book shop. in this way, individuals need to rush to the elegant London neighborhood of Notting Hill to locate their very own Hugh Grant/William Thacker. Kourtney Kardashian could even be one of those people!

The 39-year-old foreseen the response to her "I want to be in love" remark and posted a screenshot of a chat with Allie Rizzo. In a reaction to an Instagram coordinate message, Kourtney expressed, "Lmao. Best movie!!!" Rizzo answered, "Hahahaha classic rich b**** why can’t I find a classic love?” She included, "anovel by Kourt." The mother of 3 joked back, "Seriously bc the other half right after I post that is like rich b**** you don't wanna be in love, go live that grown n sexy life." She completed it off with a broken heart emoticon.

Prior in the month, Kourtney appreciated a ski and snowboard-filled escape with Luka Sabbat and her sisters. Kourtney welcomed Luka to come on the outing with them since he is a friend with the entire girl family sqaud and she figured it would be fun at the time. He's been staying nearby a ton and Kourtney is constantly eager to see him. The 21-year-old networks extremely well with the gathering and the sisters love having him around. While Luka and Kourtney have appreciated a few evenings out together, there's nothing excessively genuine going on the present moment.

While on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen on Monday, the most established Kardashian sister told Andy Cohen how she would respond if Disick proposed to Richie. She kept it brief with single word: "Congratulations."