Reality star Kourtney Kardashian seems finally ready to take her relationship with Scott Disick to the next level.
An inside source reports that the couple has visited Sharon Sacks, the wedding planner previously used for Kim Kardashian’s lavish wedding to New Jersey Nets’ Kris Humphries.
The source said, “About a month ago they visited celebrity wedding planner Sharon Sacks together just to discuss some ideas. Nothing was set in stone, but Kourtney is definitely exploring the idea, which is a huge step for her.”
Although their consultation was with a big-name event planner, the insider reveals that “Kourtney will likely be very low key when it comes to her wedding.”
Sacks helped coordinate Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony’s wedding as well as Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minillo’s private wedding ceremony on Necker Island.
Kourtney and Scott have been together for five years, going through many splits and reconciliations in their tumultuous relationship.
Kourtney Kardashian’s boyfriend Scott Disick is facing damaging allegations of a criminal past involving a sex scam during his teenage years.
Brittany Reichek, a model and former friend of Disick’s, said Scott would videotape himself having sex with girls and would also steal from them!
Reichek claims, “Scott and one of his buddies had a system. They would pass themselves off as wealthy stockbrokers, pick up girls in the clubs in the Hamptons, get drunk with them, then take them back to their parents’ homes and claim the houses were their own.”
Kourtney and Scott just had their second child, baby girl Penelope earlier this month.
Kim, Khloe and Kourtney Kardashian are currently the spokesmodels for the products designed to detoxify the body and promote weight-loss.
Four pissed off customers, who purchased QuickTrim because of the Kardashian’s endorsement, have taken legal action against the reality stars over their bogus claims.
The class-action complaint reads, “In reality, QuickTrim’s main ingredient is a large dose of caffeine, which the FDA (Federal Drug Administration) has determined is not a safe or effective treatment for weight control.”