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Kourtney Kardashian: 'Be thankful for where you are'

Published 28/12/2015

Kourtney Kardashian
Kourtney Kardashian

Kourtney Kardashian has followed her mother Kris Jenner's lead by posting an appreciative Instagram post ahead of the New Year.

Reality star Kourtney Kardashian is thankful for where she is in her life as 2015 comes to an end, despite the breakdown of her relationship with Scott Disick.

The 36-year-old ended her nine-year romance with the father of her three children in July (15) after months of speculation about the state of their partnership.

The former couple have remained relatively amicable for the sake of their offspring, and in a new Instagram post, Kourtney followed her mother Kris Jenner's example by sharing a positive, life-affirming message.

"Whatever happened over this past year, be thankful for where it brought you," the eldest Kardashian daughter wrote. "Where you are is where you're meant to be."

The 60-year-old had previously posted the same message on Sunday (28Dec15), and Kourtney chose to share it alongside her top nine posts of the year.

All of the images feature her three children: Mason, six, Penelope, three, and one-year-old Reign, and despite their split, Kourtney still included one sweet snap of Scott cuddling with eldest son Mason. The photograph was taken on Scott's 32nd birthday in May before they called time on their relationship.

Kourtney also added the Instagram statistic for her account, which read: "313,436,035 Likes to 672 posts in 2015," with the star adding: "Thank you for your likes!"

Meanwhile, in a new clip from an upcoming episode of the family's reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Kourtney can be seen telling her mother that she isn't ready to get back on the dating scene.

"I am like not a dating person," she insists. "I did the dating thing before Scott for like a minute, and it was so not for me."

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