After years of “are they or aren’t they” drama, it seems like Scott Disick may have a chance at winning back Kourtney Kardashian now that she’s single again. The reality star’s ex-girlfriend recently broke things off with Younes Bendjima after almost two years of dating. Is this Scott’s time to get back with his baby mama?
It turns out that after all that relationship drama, Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian are happy just the way they are — at least, for now. Though Kourtney is back on the market, sources say that Scott isn’t trying to break up with his current girlfriend, Sofia Richie, in order to pursue the reality TV star.
A source told Us Weekly, “Nothing with Scott is rumored or even remotely on the horizon at all, so while people will inevitably try to spin it and say he’ll try and get back with her, they aren’t going to.”
“He and Sofia are happy where they are now and they’re simply doing their own thing, and Scott and Kourtney are co-parenting their kids as they have been with great success,” the insider continued. “Scott will always love and be there for Kourtney and is just happy that they are on good terms for the sake of their kids. He has Sofia and doesn’t want to be bothered with any drama.”
The pair share three children — 8-year-old Mason, 6-year-old Penelope, and 3-year-old Reign.
Last month, Kourtney’s famous mom, Kris Jenner, opened up about the possibility of a reunion between the former couple.
“I don’t think that anybody can ever predict what’s going to happen with this family, so I’ve learned long ago to not really make my judgment on the different couple relationships when there’s a rift, especially with Scott, because Scott’s like my family,” the momager told Us Weekly.
The 62-year-old matriarch said that Scott was basically a seventh child to her.
“I love him very much. I feel like he’s my son, and he’s been around for going on 13 years, I think, and he’s the father of my grandchildren, so with us it’s like he’s family,” she said. “So I look at it much differently from the inside than somebody might look at it from the outside.”
Kris added that at the end of the day, what matters is that the pair are amazing parents to their three children.
“I think from the outside, there is this shift because they’re co-parenting these beautiful kids, and everybody really does get along, and the kids are happy. And all I really care about is that the kids are happy,” she said.
Kris continued, “I want happiness for my children, of course, but my grandkids, it’s really important that they stay really happy and grounded and they understand what’s going on in this transition, and I think everybody’s doing OK.”