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Kris Jenner: Kourtney’s good

Published 08/07/2015

Kourtney Kardashian and Penelope Disick
Kourtney Kardashian and Penelope Disick

Scott Disick will reportedly miss out on celebrating his daughter Penelope’s third birthday after splitting from Kourtney Kardashian.

The Kardashian matriarch spoke out after it was confirmed earlier this week that her eldest child had broken up with the 32-year-old after more than nine years together. Despite having their three children to look after, Kris insists Kourtney isn’t feeling sorry for herself.

“She's good. Kourtney's good," Kris told Entertainment Tonight. "[She's] hanging in there."

The 36-year-old has been photographed out and about with her sisters Kim and Khloé since the news of her relationship breakdown was revealed. And on Wednesday her focus will be on making sure her daughter Penelope has a perfect third birthday.

However it has been claimed that Scott will not be making an appearance at her party as they are currently on different coasts.

“There is no way in hell that Scott is going to come home for Penelope‘s birthday” a source told Radar Online stating that while Kourtney and the children are in California, their dad is in Miami, Florida. “He is terrified of [Kourtney] right now — and he should be.”

The couple’s relationship was said to have ended after photos emerged of him getting cosy with former girlfriend and stylist Chloe Bartoli, as well as his ongoing alcohol and partying problems.

“He doesn’t even want to have to look her in the face,” the source continued, “because he knows that there is nothing that he can say that will take this back — it’s done.”

Scott doesn’t seem to have helped his case with his ex by posting a picture of a sports car on Instagram instead of wishing his little girl a happy birthday.

“Need this asap (sic)” he wrote.

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