KEY POINTS

  • Caitlyn Jenner was not invited to Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding earlier this month, a report says
  • There were no hard feelings on Kardashian's end, according to another report
  • This came after Jenner was excluded from the family's new Hulu reality series, "The Kardashians"

Caitlyn Jenner was not in attendance at Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's wedding last week because she didn't receive an invitation, according to a report.

Most of the Kardashian-Jenner clan was in Portofino, Italy, last weekend to witness Kourtney and the Blink-182 drummer get married for the third time in a lavish ceremony.

But Caitlyn, who was married to Kourtney's mom Kris Jenner for 22 years, was "shocked" that she was snubbed by her stepdaughter and did not receive an invitation, an unnamed source on Caitlyn's team told Page Six.

An unnamed insider told TMZ, however, that there were no hard feelings on Kourtney's end and that Caitlyn "simply didn’t make the cut."

It wasn't the first time that the family had seemingly snubbed the 72-year-old former Olympian. Caitlyn also wasn't invited to participate in their new Hulu reality series, "The Kardashians."

Caitlyn previously clarified that she had no issues with the Kardashian-Jenner family over the new show but admitted that she was "shocked" when she learned about her exclusion through the media.

"Of course no bad blood. I love my family and am thrilled for the show continuing. But I was shocked to learn through the press that I was explicitly excluded from the new show," she tweeted in March, weeks before the Hulu series premiered.  

Caitlyn and Kris split in 2014, and the former publicly came out as a trans woman the following year. Caitlyn then had a falling-out with stepdaughters Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian and Kourtney after she released her book "Secrets of My Life" in 2017.

In the book, Caitlyn claimed that their father, Robert Kardashian, "knew O.J. Simpson was guilty but joined the defense team to get back at his remarried ex," according to Us Weekly. She also claimed that Robert told her in secret that he "believed his friend was guilty."

"It is so shady that Caitlyn came over and gave me the book and then on the phone, she said, 'Well, the final version has a few more things in it. But don't worry, it's nothing about you,'" Kim told her sisters Khloe and Kourtney in an episode of "KUWTK" at the time. "So she lied to me because that is about me if it's about our dad. I have always had Caitlyn's back. She is a liar. She is not a good person."

Kourtney also believed that the story was made up to sell the book. Following the conflict, Kim said that they "don't have much of a relationship" with Caitlyn. However, since they are a family, she believed it was just a phase.

The Skims founder also said at the time that in the event she had to choose between her mom and Caitlyn, she would always side with Kris.

"There's been so much hurt and pain with Caitlyn and my mom. At the end of the day, I'll always ride for my mom. Like, she's my mom! I love her to death," Kim said.

But it seemed that the family had fully reconciled by April of this year. "We're fine," Kris said during an ABC News special. "We're friends. I see [Caitlyn] when she's at a family thing. It’s settled down a lot."

Caitlyn also recently revealed that Kim brought her boyfriend Pete Davidson to her home in Malibu so they could meet in person.

"[Davidson is] very different than what she would normally date, but Kimberly has been through a lot with the guys she's been with, especially Kanye," Caitlyn said on "The Pivot Podcast" Tuesday. "Pete is 180 degrees in the other direction. First of all, he treats her so well, and when they were over here, Kim [was] so happy, and Kim deserves to be happy."

Transgender reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner was among a raft of non-traditional candidates in the election Transgender reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner was among a raft of non-traditional candidates in the election Photo: AFP / Robyn Beck