Kourtney Kardashian recently ended her relationship with Younes Bendjima, and although she was spotted partying with her former partner Scott – who is now in a relationship with Sofia Richie – whilst at Kylie Jenner’s birthday party, sources say there’s "no way" the pair will get back together.
According to TMZ, insiders say Kourtney – who has Mason, eight, Penelope, six, and Reign, three, with Scott – sees Scott as "more of a friend" now, and believe the "romance is over and out" for good.
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Meanwhile, 35-year-old Scott was recently said to be "happy" at the news that the ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star had split from Younes, although sources insisted he is happy with Sofia, 19, and just didn’t think Younes was right for Kourtney.
An insider said: "Scott is very happy Kourtney cut it off with Younes. Although he is happy in his relationship with Sofia, he never liked Younes for Kourtney.
"Scott and Kourtney are in a cordial place right now. Scott is always resistant to rock the boat with Kourtney. He truly will always care about her as wants her to be happy. Everything is always better for the kids’ sake, when they are in a good place."
Kourtney and Younes began dating in late 2016, a year after she ended her romance with Scott once and for all, and Scott moved on with Sofia – who is the daughter of musical icon Lionel Richie – a year later in September 2017.
A second source said: "In the beginning, Scott was making fun of Kourtney for dating someone so young and saying it would never last. Once he got with Sofia, he couldn’t say anything about Younes. It gave him a lot of perspective and understanding that age is just a number. It was hard for him to see Kourtney dating and he was looking for any reason to not like Younes. But since being with Sofia, he has moved on. Scott cares a lot less than he used to. Of course, Kourtney has a very special place in his heart and always will. He wants Kourtney to be happy."
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