Mark Hoppus, a Blink-182 musician, and Skye Hoppus, his wife, attended Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian's Italian wedding extravaganza in Italy last month
The Kardashian sisters are able to set fashion trends if there is one thing they can do. Skye Hoppus, Mark Hoppus's spouse, can confirm this.
The 49-year old entrepreneur and author, Jack Hoppus, a 19-year-old son of the Blink-182 frontman, was there with The Kardashians stars at Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian's May wedding in Italy. It seems their bold looks have been reflected on her.
Mark, 50, uploaded a photo of Skye in a sheer mesh skirt to Instagram on Sunday. Below, Mark also showed a glimpse at a black undergarment. The look was paired with a black, fitted top with long sleeves, black boots, and an elegant gold ring with a cross pendant.
The ensemble seemed to give Mark a sense of déjà vu. He captioned the photo, laughing about his wife's similar look to him.
At least one Kardashian saw it. "She should work on her booty and cross ring!" Khloe Kardashian commented on this post, while Barker (Mark’s Blink-182 drummer), left a trio emojis.
Skye and Mark, who were married in 2000, were just two of the many celebrities celebrating Kardashian and Barker’s nuptials. Kourtney's siblings Kim Kardashian, Khloe Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, and Kylie Jenner were there, as was Kris Jenner. Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly also attended the bash.
Mark shared a sweet picture of Skye and him to Instagram on the big day. The photo showed the couple kissing on the cliffside with views of the Italian coast. Skye wore a floor-length, floral off-the shoulder dress, while Mark wore a suit and slip-on sneakers.
Skye posted a similar photo with her husband and the caption "Well that was fun !!!."" to his post.
Mark's Instagram Story featured more photos, including one showing Mark and his boat ride to San Fruttuoso.
He wrote, "A year ago, I was in chemotherapy," in one blog post. "Today I'm here. Grateful."
Mark was diagnosed last April with stage 4 diffuse large-cell lymphoma.
He explained that his classification was diffuse large B-cell lymphoma stage 4-A. This means that it has entered four parts of my body, according to what I understand. "I don’t know how they decide the four-parts of it but it has entered enough parts of mine that I am Stage 4, which I believe is the highest it can go. "I'm Stage 4A."
Mark, however, announced in September that he had been diagnosed with cancer via social media. He thanked his supporters and updated his fans about his condition.
"Just seen my oncologist, and I'm now cancer-free!" "Thank you God, universe, my family, friends and all those who sent love and support," the post said. "I still have to be scanned every six months and it will take me until the end the year to get back on track, but today is amazing and I feel so blessed."