Kourtney Kardashian and her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick may not interact much publicly following her whirlwind romance turned marriage to Travis Barker, but a source spoke to Entertainment Tonight concerning the status of Kardashian and Disick’s relationship after Barker’s health scare and the brand new couple’s May wedding in Italy that Disick didn’t attend.
It’s not exactly thriving, however the two are co-parenting well. “Scott remains to be getting used to every little thing, but supports and respects their relationship, while doing his best to be the perfect dad he could be to his children,” the source said. (Kardashian and Disick share Mason, 12; Penelope, 10; and Reign, 7.)
“Scott and Kourtney’s relationship is stable and equally supportive,” the source said. “There’s not numerous tension or awkwardness, they usually are over any uneasiness at this point.”
This update comes after a source told Entertainment Tonight on May 26 that Disick was scuffling with his ex’s marriage. “Scott has been having a tough time with Kourtney and Travis’ marriage, but he’s doing in addition to he could be,” the source said. “He has mixed feelings because he loves Kourtney, but he also knows she could be very glad. [Disick] has numerous regrets about how he treated Kourtney during their relationship.”
The source added, “Scott and Kourtney’s kids are glad, but naturally, at all times hoped that there was a likelihood their parents would get back together. Scott is unhappy that he isn’t as close with Kourtney or her family as he once was. He misses all of them and desires to be included in things. Scott still has a great relationship with the family overall, nevertheless it’s just a little different now. Kris remains to be like a mom to him and he loves her like his mom. He’s also still very close with Khloé.”
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