Kourtney Kardashian's 9-Year-Old Daughter Penelope Burst Into Tears When She Found Out Travis Barker Proposed To Her Mom

    "It's a big change for her."

    Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker announced their engagement about six months ago. But we just watched the proposal happen in real-time on last night's episode of The Kardashians.

    Travis popped the question on the beach in Montecito, after having thoroughly coordinated the surprise moment with help from Kourtney's mom, Kris Jenner.

    In typical style for the reality TV family, everyone drove out to Santa Barbara to celebrate Kravis' engagement. Among those who attended the post-proposal party were Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, and Kendall Jenner, as well as Travis' children.

    The Blink-182 drummer is a father of three — his kids, Alabama Barker, Landon Barker, and Atiana De La Hoya, appear in photos with their dad and Kourtney pretty often — while Kourt shares Mason, Penelope, and Reign Disick with her ex, Scott Disick.

    None of Kourtney's kids were there for the engagement festivities, since Kris said their attendance would've required her to "lie to Scott" and they're all quite young, anyway.

    And Penelope, who's 9 years old, was not happy when she heard her mom's big news over FaceTime.

    "How do I tell my kids? I feel like I need to tell them now because they're going to see it on the internet," Kourtney said, before calling her daughter.

    "Do you want to know what my surprise was? We got engaged!" she told Penelope, who cried and asked Kourtney to "hang up" the phone.

    "Penelope took it hard," Kourtney shared later. "I think it's a big change for her, and even though she loves Travis I think she doesn't know what that means. You know, like, is that taking me away? I think she just doesn't know what it means."

    Meanwhile, Khloé suggested the kids may be concerned about "losing their dad" when Kourtney and Travis get married, which is an understandable feeling.

    Hopefully the family is able to work things out.