KUWTK: Kourtney Kardashian And Scott Disick - Inside Their Co-Parenting Following His Split From Sofia Richie!
Despite all the other things going on in their lives, it sounds like Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian are still doing a great job at co-parenting their three kids. One insider tells HollywoodLife that, even following his split from Sofia Richie, one ‘really easy’ thing in Scott’s life has been parenting with his ex, Kourtney.
Furthermore, it’s no secret that a global pandemic is still going on and yet, that hasn’t affected their ability to co-parent either!
It appears that, at this point, Scott and Kourtney have totally mastered raising their kids together without actually being a couple themselves.
In fact, amid COVID-19, the insider tells HollywoodLife that they ‘have been spending more time together than ever.’
They also mentioned that ever since Scott and Sofia Richie ended their nearly 3 years long romance, his relationship with the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star has gotten even better!
Without the model in his life, the self-proclaimed Lord has been spending all his free time with his and Kourt’s 3 kids.
‘They’ve used this time to really figure out how to co-parent best for themselves and the kids [Mason, 10, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 5] and it’s surprisingly easier than ever for them during this time. They live extremely close by and especially ever since his split with Sofia, Kourtney has been letting him have the kids more and more,’ the same source went on to dish.
Ever since he and Sofia ended things back in August, Scott has been spotted with his young ones in public more than ever, even though he was really involved before that as well!
The man has also been sharing a lot of posts on his IG page featuring the kids!
At the end of the day, however, Kourtney and Scott are ‘not really on a strict schedule with the kids home so much either. They communicate all day every day and if one of the kids wants to go to their dad’s or mom’s, they’re allowed to. It’s actually been really easy on them and they’re splitting the time up easily.’