Both Scott and Kourtney have moved on and are in new relationships with Sofia Richie and Younes Bendjima respectively but the former couple - who share Mason, eight, Penelope, five, and Reign, three.
A source told People magazine: ''The initial reaction from Kourtney when she found out that Scott was dating Sofia was not positive. Like most people, she thinks Sofia is way too young for him and doesn't get it. He has very much shaped up in the past few months. Kourtney is happy Scott is doing better. Things between Kourtney and Scott are civil.
''Kourtney didn't think it would last and she never thought Sofia was going to meet her kids. But now, Sofia spends a lot of time at Scott's, so Kourtney allowed her to meet the kids. She has met them a few times. For a while, the kids didn't see their dad on a regular basis. It was very sad, because they missed Scott. Now, he sees his kids every week.''
Meanwhile, Scott recently admitted he kept his relationship with Sofia a secret, out of ''respect'' to his former partner Kourtney.
He shared: ''Kris really is like my mom to me, so I don't ever feel like she's putting me on the spot. But I don't really feel comfortable talking to her about my personal or dating life. For me, to see that Kris is invested in my life means the world to me. Because she's got so many other kids and so many other things going on, so the fact that she actually worries, loves and cares about me is probably one of the best feelings I have. Truthfully, as much as I'd like to be honest with her and tell her how I'm how I'm really feeling, I also do want to respect Kourtney and her feelings. Maybe down the line. but right now, my biggest thing is just being respectful of everybody.''
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