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Kourtney and Scott split: Never a dull moment

Published 14/07/2015

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick will “hopefully work things out”, according to their friend Ryan Seacrest.

The pair, who have three children together, ended their relationship earlier this month after nine years.

The breakup comes after Scott repeatedly sought help for his various addiction problems in rehab centres, but without success.

Now Ryan Seacrest, who is a close friend of the Kardashian family and executive produces their reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, has opened up about the end of Scott and Kourtney’s romance.

"The show is reality, so whatever happens, happens in real time,” Ryan said during an interview on the Today show on Monday. "But obviously you hate to see a split with the people that you know and the family that you know and love, so hopefully things can work out for the best for them. But never a dull moment in that world."

Neither Kourtney nor Scott have made any public comment about the split. However, Kourtney has been keeping active on her social media pages.

On Tuesday, the 36-year-old decided to distract herself from the drama in her personal life by throwing herself into a rigorous workout session alongside younger sister Khloé.

Alongside a picture which showed her displaying her muscular arms while posing in the gym mirror, Kourtney wrote: “We almost threw up.”

Khloé added a slightly different frame of Kourtney on her Instagram page, writing: “Gym road kill!!! @kourtneykardash wins!!! Our workout was so intense, I almost threw up.”

According to the New York Daily News, Kourtney has cut off all contact with her former partner, and has forbidden him from seeing their children, Mason, Penelope and Reign.

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