Kourtney and Scott's vital stats:
- Kourtney Mary Kardashian, born 18 April 1979
- Scott Disick, born 26 May 1983
Kourtney and Scott’s children
- Mason Dash, born 14 December 2009
- Penelope Scotland, born 8 July 2012
- Reign Aston, born 14 December 2014
How Kourtney and Scott met
The eldest Kardashian sister, Kourtney, met partner Scott Disick in 2006. They were introduced at friend Joe Francis’ house party.
They remained an item until their split in January 2008.
Kourtney’s 1st pregnancy
In May 2009, Kourtney discovered that she was expecting her then ex-boyfriend’s baby.
It was revealed on an October 2009 episode of Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami how Kourtney broke the news to her family: she first told sister Khloe, and made Khloe tell sister Kim Kardashian (now Kardashian West). Khloe then helped Kourtney tell their ‘momager’ mum Kris Jenner.
Scott and Kourtney reconciled their relationship shortly after the pregnancy was discovered.
Mason Dash Disick
On 14 December 2009, Kourtney gave birth to her and Scott’s 1st child, a son, named Mason Dash. The birth was filmed and televised on an early season of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Penelope Scotland Disick
On 8 July 2012, Kourtney gave birth to her and Scott’s 2nd child, a baby girl, named Penelope Scotland.
Reign Aston Disick
On 14 December 2014, Reign Aston was born. Interestingly, both Disick brothers share the birthday 14 December!
Scott and Kourtney’s split
On 6 July 2015, it was announced by E! News that Kourtney and Scott had decided to separate.
The decision to end the relationship was reportedly in part due to Scott's partying and alcohol usage - something he and Kourtney discussed in many episodes of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and its various spin-off shows.
On 2 December 2016, E! News reported that the mum-of-3 and her longtime love had decided to give things another go, 1.5 years after their split.
However, neither Kourtney nor Scott have confirmed this officially. Though in January 2017, the couple did look rather close in the above Instagram snap...
Scott wrote alongside this pic: "Fly or die type." Hmmm, we wonder what that means...
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