All signs are pointing towards a Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick reconciliation
Published 04/12/2015 | 11:50
After nine years, three children and countless drama, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick finally called it a day in July.
But it looks like the reality tv stars are already teeing up for a reconciliation - from Kris Jenner saying she thinks he "deserves" a second chance, after he was caught cheating on her by paparazzi with ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli.
She posted a snap of the pair on Instagram earlier this week, describing him as "one of the true loves of my life" and in the current series of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, she was instrumental in encouraging him to see his children more.
Scott has a well documented struggle with alcohol and has entered a number of different rehab facilities over the years and his struggle with sobriety has been a main storyline on KUWTK for years.
But in recent weeks, the former couple have been spotted out and about together, minus their children, and now it's reported they are considering a reunion.
"Kourtney has always been taking it one day at a time," a source told People magazine, "but when you're with someone for that long and he's the father of your kids, you want to do everything you can to make things right."
"Scott knows he has to focus and work hard every day to keep his promise to his family," the insider continued. "He wants to be a family with Kourtney and the kids. (Kourtney) is starting to trust Scott more, she is happy that he is finally taking care of himself."
The pair shares sons Mason, five, and Reign, 11 months, as well as daughter Penelope, three, and Scott is still an important part of the Kardashian family, spending Thanksgiving with Kourtney's sisters Kim and Khloé as well as her mother Kris Jenner, step-parent Caitlyn Jenner and half-sisters Kendall and Kylie.
Despite having a tumultuous relationship with Kris, 60, when he first started dating Kourtney, the matriarch has been a pillar of strength to Scott since he lost his own parents within three months of each other between 2013 and 2014.