Despite moving on from one another with new relationships, many fans still continue to hold out hope that Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick will end up together. The pair were together on and off for about nine years, and they share three wonderful children. Fans watched Kourt and Scott’s relationship evolve throughout the seasons of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, and they’ve managed to come to a really great place as co-parents in recent years.
However, we’re not exactly sure where they stand today. Kourtney is dating Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, and Scott just split from Amelia Hamlin. The Flip it Like Disick star made headlines a few weeks back after his alleged DMs were exposed in which he dissed Kourt and Travis for showing major PDA on a trip
As we previously reported, sources say Kourtney felt “surprised” and “disappointed” to hear about Scott’s shady DMs, which is understandable. It goes without saying that Scott is bitter over Kourtney moving on in a healthy and successful relationship, which begs the question of whether he’ll ever get over his baby mama or not.
Their relationship continues to be questioned, especially since Scott and Kourtney sparked reconciliation rumors not long before the reality star started dating Travis. So will the parents ever get back together, or has that ship sailed?
One of Kourtney’s best friends is weighing in with just one word. As reported by People, Addison Rae stopped by Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, where she spoke about her close friendship with the Poosh founder.
When Andy asked Addison, “Do you think Kourtney and Scott are destined to be together?” Addison laughed and answered, “No!” Andy even went as far as to ask if Addison was surprised to see Scott’s insulting DMs, to which the TikTok star wouldn’t give an answer.
Watch the video below to check out Addison’s full interview.
We’ll always have our “Skourt” shippers, but at the end of the day, Kourtney and Scott are going to do what’s best for them. Maybe a reconciliation is in their future, but more than likely they’ll end up just as friends and co-parents.