Kourtney Kardashian and ex Scott Disick were spotted having lunch together with their three children this afternoon at the CRU in the Nantucket. The meeting between the former couple was the first since their breakup in May when Disick was caught making out with two women while vacating in the Cannes.
According to TMZ, the family ate lunch in a private room of the restaurant. They also reported that Kourtney was “in good spirits” while Scott “was more reserved.”
As usual, Kourtney is trying to keep things civil with the father of her children to keep their family happy. However, it was reported that the two are only spending time together in Nantucket for a little vacation with the kids.
Kourtney has apparently moved on from Disick and seems to be in a good space as of late while spending a good deal of time with her 24-year-old model boyfriend Younes Bendjima.
The two were spotted this past week in St Tropez. The couple seemed to enjoy their time cuddling on the beach and racing each other around the ocean water on jet skis.
Disick, on the other hand, has continued to be linked to the 19-year old actress and singer, Bella Thorne. Thorne was one of the women Scott was spotted with in the Cannes that ultimately pushed Kourtney to the edge.
Kourtney and Scott have had a long rocky relationship for many years that’s been on full display to the public via Kourt’s family show Keeping up with the Kardashians.
The 38-year-old mother of three has constantly forgiven Scott over and over again, and he still has not been able to show her that he can stay faithful to her no matter how many times she’s taken him back.
It appears this year Kourtney has taken necessary steps to move on from the father of her children. The amount of time she continues to spend with her new man may be the key component to helping her finally move on from Disick.
Although Scott has been able to lay low from his bad boy antics as of late, there’s no telling when the 34-year-old playboy will be back to his usual ways.
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