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Khloé: Lord Disick’s a headache!

Published 27/05/2015

Khloé Kardashian and Scott Disick
Khloé Kardashian and Scott Disick

Khloé Kardashian posted a birthday message to her future brother-in-law Scott Disick, calling him a “blessing and a headache”.

The 30-year-old reality star took to Instagram to pay tribute to Scott, the partner of her sister Kourtney, as he marked his 32nd birthday on Tuesday.

Posting a sweet montage picture of herself with Scott, Khloé wrote: “Happy birthday @letthelordbewithyou!!! I can't believe I have spent the last, what it seems like 100 birthdays with you. You have been such a blessing to our family and at times, such a headache ???? but I couldn't imagine life without you as my brother. I love you Lord!!! Bible, you are a pretty cool brother! #TheLordAndTheLady.”

Khloé wasn’t the only member of the Kardashian family to offer Scott her best wishes on his birthday.

The most famous Kardashian, Kim, added: “Happy Birthday @letthelordbewithyou So many years, so many memories! So happy to have you as a brother and friend! I love you!!!!!”

Meanwhile, Scott’s future mother-in-law, Kris Jenner, took to her own Instagram to offer him her birthday wishes.

Scott has three children with Kris’ daughter Kourtney, and Kris was sure to mention the reality star’s amazing parenting skills in her post.

"Happy Birthday Scott!!!!!! You are an amazing son, an incredibly devoted dad, an awesome boyfriend/partner and one of the funniest guys I know...we are so blessed you are part of our family and I love you....have an amazing day @letthelordbewithyou #family #love,” Kris wrote alongside a selfie with Scott.

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