Kris Jenner66, sets the record straight when it comes to her family’s relationship with Scott Disick. The reality star took to Instagram to respond to a post from Paper Magazine about her eldest daughter’s ex-boyfriend, Kourtney Kardashian, reportedly “excommunicated” from the family. She flatly denied the report, even praising the 39-year-old father of three of her grandchildren, Mason12, Penelope10, and Management7.
“Scott will NEVER be excommunicated from our family…he is the father of my grandchildren and a special part of our family…we love him and we don’t!” she co-wrote with loving emojis, including one with hearts eyes. As soon as others noticed her comment, they took to the comments section of the post to praise her for her openness, with some even expressing that they wish they were part of her family. “Please let me be in your family,” one wrote.
Kris’s response comes after the post about Scott made its way on social media. The report claimed things had changed between Scott and the Kardashians since Kourtney got married Travis Barker in May. “Since Kourtney got married, he doesn’t spend that much time with that whole group,” an insider said Page six. “He’s kind of excommunicated because the priority is Travis. He had to regroup who his relationships are.”
Another source said that although Scott was “remote” from the family, he was still filming their Hulu reality show. The Kardashians, with them. He has been featured in previous episodes of the show and his past and current relationship with Kourtney and the family were discussed.
Just as Scott’s relationship with one of the world’s most famous families has made headlines, so has his dating life. The hunk is reportedly dating Rod Stewarthis daughter, Kimberly Stewart after being friends with her for years. “Yeah, they’re dating, but they’re taking this day by day,” a source told ONLY HollywoodLife. “Because they’ve been friends for so many years, they don’t think labels are necessary. They have always had a lot of love for each other and will continue to do so whether they succeed or not.”