The fam’s back! Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian‘s kids “got on” with his ex-girlfriend, Sofia Richie, and “miss her,” but they “are enjoying seeing their parents spend more time together and being a proper family,” an insider tells Life & Style exclusively.
The former flames and their children were spotted eating out at Nobu in Malibu after the celeb hot spot re-opened for dine-in amid the coronavirus pandemic on June 6. The family outing came less than two weeks after the 37-year-old’s split from his girlfriend of nearly three years.
“Going to the reopening of Nobu with Kourtney and the kids Penelope, Reign and Mason is just what Scott needed to cheer him up,” another insider explained of the excursion. “After months of being in lockdown, Kourtney’s trying to bring a sense of normality back into Scott’s life. She organized the outing and invited a few of their friends, too.”
Scott and Sofia, 21, broke up on May 27, one month after the Talentless founder’s brief stint at a Colorado rehabilitation facility for emotional issues. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians regular checked in on April 28 to deal with the sudden death of his mother, Bonnie Disick, who died in 2013, and his father, Jeffrey Disick, who passed three months later. However, he left treatment days later after photos of himself at the center leaked online.
In the wake of his struggles, the Flip It Like Disick star has been “leaning” on his ex, 41, for “support” with his mental health. “She’s seen him go through troublesome times in the past and is one of the few people who gets him,” an additional source shared. “[Kourtney] vowed to stand by him on his road to recovery, as long as he continues working on himself.”
Despite their amicable relationship, getting back together actually isn’t “in the cards” for the former couple. “Not right now, anyway,” an insider told In Touch. “There’s a lot of water under the bridge, and while Kourtney loves having Scott around the kids more, she’s not about dating him again. That’s not something she’s ready to embrace. Scott may feel differently, but his priority right now is his health and mental state.”