Kourtney Kardashian’s new relationship reportedly makes former partner, Scott Disick uncomfortable.

According to multiple sources, the dynamic between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick has changed after Travis Barker entered the picture in a romantic way.

The reality television star, Scott, who continues to shoot the reality show with the Kardashians-Jenners in California and also dating his new girlfriend Hamlin, is finding hard to gulp the chemistry and headlines surrounding Kourtney and her boyfriend Travis Barker.

According to E! News, Disick, has had a hard time figuring how serious things are between the couple and plans to keep his distance while keeping communication strictly about their kids. 

“It’s uncomfortable for Scott to see Kourtney in a serious relationship, although he knew this day would come.” another source says. 

“He is glad she is happy, but it’s definitely been hard on him. He doesn’t like to bring it up and it’s a weird convo for him. At one point, the family was really encouraging Scott and Kourtney to try the relationship again and it’s a bit of an eye opener for him, that it’s truly never going to happen.”
“Scott has never been comfortable seeing Kourtney with guys, but this feels different. Kourtney is all in with Travis and the kids like him too. It feels to Scott like they are merging their families and going full steam ahead. That has made him very uncomfortable and he’s trying to figure out where he fits in.”

During recent episodes of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ final season, fans watched Scott and Kourtney interact when they were both single. Scott showed signs of being open to the idea while admitting, “It hurts me when you’re with somebody else.”

Scott and Kourtney were partners for 9 years and their on and off relationship was always shown on “Keeping up with the Kardashians”. They have three children together, two sons, Mason Dash Disick and Reign Aston Disick and a daughter Penelope Scotland Disick.

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