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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Kourtney Kardashian "likes" it when Scott Disick is dating

    The 41-year-old star likes to see her former partner happy romantically as it makes him a "more responsible" parent to their sons Mason, 10, and Reign, five, and eight-year-old daughter Penelope amid rumours about his new romance with Amelia Hamlin


    A source told TMZ: "Kourtney likes when Scott is dating someone, because that's when he's the most grounded, happy and responsible as a parent. That's how the family saw him when he was dating Sofia [Richie], and it's the same way now that Amelia's in his life."

    Scott, 37, spilt from Sofia back in August and is now rumoured to be a relationship with Amelia but Kourtney – who was in a relationship with Disick between 2006 and 2015 - has no issues with the 18-year age gap between the pair as Scott is always there for the children.

    The insider added: "He continues to be there for their three kids just like he was when he was dating Sofia Richie."

    Kourtney recently explained how she feels more beautiful as her "natural" self and has used her time in quarantine to focus on self-love.

    The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star said: "I love having no makeup on, [with] clean, fresh hair and skin, after a bath. Just natural me.

    "When quarantine began and everything closed down, I actually really loved my eyebrows thicker and more natural, not so done looking, which I have since continued [doing] and love."

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