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Kris: I hope Kourtney and Scott work it out

Published 17/09/2015

Kris Jenner
Kris Jenner

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have “got things to figure out”, according to her mother Kris Jenner.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Kris Jenner remains “hopeful” about daughter Kourtney Kardashian working things out with Scott Disick.

The pair, who have three children together, ended their relationship earlier this year after Scott’s failed rehab attempts and rumours of infidelity.

But Kris is still hoping the former couple can move past their issues and rekindle a romance.

"Scott is like my son," Kris said during an interview with Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. "He came over yesterday. He was on his way over to see the kids. He's a great dad. They've got things to figure out."

Kourtney has reportedly only been talking to Scott to discuss their children. But while Kris thinks forgiving Scott could be in Kourtney’s best interest, the matriarch insists she won’t force the issue.

"I don't tell her things like that because I don't think that's my place, but my kids were brought up to be very forgiving people," Kris added. "My wish is that, you know, they work it out and figure it out and we'll see what happens."

Scott has been in rehabilitation centres various times for his personal issues. But Kris refused to be drawn into talking about Scott’s troubles.

"You know what, I don't see that side, so I don't want to talk about what I don't know. I just know that, you know, they'll figure it out," she said. "He's a great dad and he loves the kids and he loves Kourtney. I love him.”

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