has been seen outside a hospital with his pregnant wife after postponed their tour due to
The band was announcing that their drummer, 47, had to rush home from Glasgow.
A statement on the band’s Twitter page read: ‘Due to an urgent family matter, Travis has had to return home to the States.
‘The Glasgow, Belfast, and Dublin shows are being postponed.
‘More information in regards to his return to Europe and rescheduled dates will be provided as soon as available.’
No further details were given and Kourtney, 44, who is was not mentioned.
Pictures have since shown the couple leaving a Los Angeles hospital on Saturday (September 2).
The A-listers – known by fans as Kravis – clambered into an SUV.
Both cut casual figures in baggy outfits, with Kourtney wearing a grey maternity set and covering her eyes with sunglasses.
Travis, meanwhile, wore black cargo trousers with a long-sleeved tee and wore a hat on his head.
The sighting of the couple comes after on the situation.
Shanna Moakler, 48, was and they share children Landon, 19, and Alabama, 17.
Travis is also a doting stepfather to Shanna’s daughter Atiana, 24, whose biological father is Oscar De La Hoya.
Speaking to , Shanna assured that the emergency had nothing to do with their own son or daughter.
The musician’s ex added to photographers in LA that people have been asking her lots of questions.
‘A lot of people are reaching out to me, I don’t know what’s going on,’ she told the outlet.
‘I just know that our kids are safe and sound and obviously that’s important to me.’
Shanna added: ‘Whenever they have to cancel shows, that’s a really big deal so I’m just praying that his immediate family, and baby, and Kourtney, and everyone is safe and ok.
‘I’ll be sending my prayers and well wishes.’
Travis himself is yet to speak out, but did on social media after jetting home, including snaps of prayer rooms and stained glass windows.
Blink-182 are yet to give an update on their tour shows.
Following a short summer break, the All The Small Things hitmakers were due to resume their tour at Glasgow’s OVO Hydro on September 1, later playing in European cities such asBelfast, Dublin, Copenhagen, Lisbon, Stockholm, Prague and Amsterdam, Paris and London.