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Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Spends Day Out With Kourtney And Kids

Days after his split from Sofia Richie, Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick was seen heading for lunch with their family.

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick, with their kids Mason, 10, Penelope, 7, Reign, 5, and some friends on Saturday 6 June broke from their quarantine for a fun lunch date. The famous family wasted no time hitting one of the most iconic restaurants in Los Angeles, Nobu, which officially opened for dine-in after weeks of providing takeaway only because of the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic. The founder of Poosh was seen warmly greeting one of her friends while wearing what looked like a blue jacket and stunning shades.

Meanwhile, Scott dressed in all gray while holding his youngest son’s hand outside the venue. Reign looked too dang cute in a long-sleeved, gray, and white top and light blue shorts with flip flops for their fun day out. 

It was a rare outing for the Flip It Like Disick star after news first broke about him and ex-girlfriend Sofia Richie split. The very well-known couple dated nearly three years before things ended in between.

Also Read: It’s Over Between Scott Disick And Sofia Richie And The Reason Is Kourtney Kardashian?

Rumors doing rounds about the split breaking up on May 26 when Sofia did not publicly wish him a Happy 37th birthday. Kourtney had invited Scott to join her and their children for a weekend getaway in Utah on the weekend of Memorial Day days ahead.

“Scott has mixed emotions right now. He truly believes that he will get Sofia back. But he understands the space that is needed for both of them, and the work he has to do for himself before any of that happens,” a source said late last month to a news portal.

A source revealed how things going with all of this going down between him and Kourtney. “Scott will always love Kourtney but at the end of the day, they both know they are better off as parents and not partners.”

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