After Kourtney’s wedding, Khloe Kardashian leaves Portofino with Kim and her daughter North

Kim and Khloe Kardashian were seen leaving the Italian village of Portofino quietly on Monday after celebrating their sister Courtney’s marriage to Travis Barker.

The sisters were spotted leaving the picturesque Postcard Village on a speedboat and headed for the Mediterranean after being picked up from a private jetty later this morning.

Kim Jong-un, 41, is believed to be accompanied by his eight-year-old daughter North in the back of a powerful twin-engine boat operated by a crew of four.

Departure: Kim and Khloe Kardashian were seen leaving the Italian village of Portofino quietly on Monday after celebrating their sister Courtney's marriage to Travis Barker.

Departure: Kim and Khloe Kardashian were seen leaving the Italian village of Portofino quietly on Monday after celebrating their sister Courtney’s marriage to Travis Barker.

Dressed in a crop top, sunglasses and her hair pulled up to protect from the salt spray, she was taken to a mysterious location further down the coast.

After the festivities, several Dolce & Gabbana ornaments were also seen being packaged and put on board.

Kim and Khloe set off after a party with the Kardashians and the rest of the Jenner family last night after Courtney’s intimate wedding on the Italian Riviera.

Mother of three, Courtney, 43, and Blink-182 drummer Travis, 46, were married in a garden grotto next to Fort Brown’s medieval castle in Portofino.

COUPLE: Mother of three, Courtney, 43, and Blink-182 drummer Travis, 46, married in the Garden Grotto next to Fort Brown's medieval castle in Portofino

COUPLE: Mother of three, Courtney, 43, and Blink-182 drummer Travis, 46, married in the Garden Grotto next to Fort Brown’s medieval castle in Portofino

Coming home: Workers were seen packing some expensive items before Kim and Kohler left

Coming home: Workers were seen packing some expensive items before Kim and Kohler left

After the twilight ceremony, a party was held on the terrace of the rented castle on a hillside overlooking Portofino’s tourist hotspot.

It is believed the newlyweds may have spent their wedding night on the £50million yacht Regina d’Itlaia, which is moored at sea.

The yacht is believed to be owned by Stefano Gabbana, co-founder of Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana, which sponsored their wedding.

The couple had been on the lavishly furnished boat for several days in the days leading up to the wedding.

Shortly before noon today, the yacht suddenly broke down, heading south at 12 knots towards the Italian coast, prompting speculation that Courtney and Travis may remain on board for their honeymoon.

LUXURY: It is believed the newlyweds may have spent their wedding night on the £50million Regina d'Itlaia yacht, which is moored offshore

LUXURY: It is believed the newlyweds may have spent their wedding night on the £50million Regina d’Itlaia yacht, which is moored offshore

Other guests are thought to have slipped away quietly from Portofino this morning, suggesting there was no after-wedding party to continue the festivities.

MailOnline exclusively revealed yesterday that staff from Dolce & Gabbana’s Milan headquarters have been dispatched to Portofino to organise the entire wedding as part of a sponsorship deal.

Kourtney and her sisters, along with her mother, Kris Jenner, were photographed wearing the brand’s clothing several times in the days leading up to their wedding as they walked the harbour area of ​​the former fishing village.

The fashion house is believed to have received millions of pounds in free publicity from the Kardashian family’s public support for the brand.

Newlyweds: Courtney and Travis Barker share an intimate dance at their wedding reception Can't help falling in love - Andrea Bocelli and son Matteo invited to perform

Newlyweds: Courtney and Travis Barker share an intimate dance at their wedding reception Can’t help falling in love – Andrea Bocelli and son Matteo invited to perform

Today saw the Dolce & Gabanna staff organize their clothes after the wedding festivities, taking away suit bags containing clothes worn at the wedding and bags emblazoned with the company’s logo.

The crew walked and boated back to Portofino from the wedding venue multiple times, then carried the items along the port while seemingly taking great care to ensure their brand names were publicly visible.

Some of the bags are believed to contain clothing and suits worn by family members at ceremonies and gatherings.

A fleet of five classic Riva speedboats carried wedding-dressed guests about 400 yards from Portofino Harbor to a private jetty, where they could then climb the steps to the wedding venue on Sunday evening.

Feature: Courtney's sister Kim captures exciting moment newlyweds in front of guests as father-son rendition of 'Can't Help'

Feature: Courtney’s sister Kim captures exciting moment newlyweds in front of guests as father-son rendition of ‘Can’t Help’

The boats were at berths this morning, still decorated with animal-print cushions and towels from Dolce & Gabbana.

Dolce & Gabbana accessories appear to have been left on display for visitors to enjoy before staff were seen bagging Dolce & Gabbana accessories, who dramatically dropped the cushions from the boat.

By the early afternoon, the only remaining reminder that this year’s showbiz wedding had taken place in the village was the presence of a pop-up Dolce & Gabbana store in Market Square, a plaza by the harbour.

According to an insider who spoke to Mailonline, the store opened just four days ago to capitalize on the brand’s role in weddings and is expected to remain in place for the next three months.

Adorable: The couple's close friend Machine Gun Kelly also shared a recording of the couple showing Travis and Courtney wearing matching white leather jackets

Adorable: The couple’s close friend Machine Gun Kelly also shared a recording of the couple showing Travis and Courtney wearing matching white leather jackets