“We’ve been in a great place for a really long time,” the Talentless founder, 37, added. “We also want to hang out with our kids as much as possible and within doing that, it means we hang out.”
Even with their romantic relationship up in the air, Scott and Kourtney always put their children first — especially during the coronavirus quarantine. “Mason, Penelope [and] Reign all are healthy [and] feel fine … so huge blessing there,” the Flip It Like Disick producer detailed during the episode filmed in March. “If they’re fine and I’m doing decent, I’m more than happy.”
After the lockdown was lifted in Los Angeles, Scott and Kourtney “spent most of the summer together playing house,” a source previously told Life & Style. Based on social media, the former flames took their darling brood to Malibu, Santa Barbara, Montecito and a handful of other locations outside of California.
According to the insider, Scott and Kourtney also went on several solo “dinner dates.” In fact, while leaving Nobu Malibu on August 28, the E! personalities had a near-run-in with Scott’s on-again, off-again girlfriend Sofia Richie. At the time, the couple, who dated for nearly three years, had just called it quits.
Although Scott and Sofia, 22, had a stable relationship for years, the New York native never stopped “leaning on” Kourtney for guidance, a separate source revealed to Life & Style. “Their dynamic is that she likes to care for him and he depends on her for support.” The mother of three was especially helpful after Scott’s brief rehab stay in late April.
However, their connection created “a very strange back and forth between” Kourtney and Sofia, the insider noted. “They were very happy together, but she could not handle his issues.”
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