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Scott Disick 'hopes to win Kourtney back'

Published 14/08/2015

Scott Disick
Scott Disick

Scott Disick is still feeling sorry for himself after his split from Kourtney Kardashian, according to reports.

The 32-year-old’s relationship with the reality star and the mother of his three children ended last month after nine years together. The couple have been on and off for years and despite their latest break-up having an air of finality about it, Scott is reportedly still hopeful that he can win Kourtney back.

“He knows his behaviour is the reason they’re not together, but he’s feeling pretty sorry for himself,” a source told British magazine Star. “He’s determined to sort himself out so Kourt will give him another chance.”

Scott seemed to realise being single wasn’t all it’s cracked up to be when he recently attended a friend’s wedding by himself. He posted a picture on social media of a name tag saying ‘Scott Disick Guest’ and captioned it: “When u realize the grass isn’t always greener (sic)”.

The insider added that the businessman is trying to keep occupied in the wake of the split.

“Scott has tried to keep busy since the breakup in an attempt to block out thoughts of Kourt and the kids, but being at the wedding alone was really difficult,” they continued.

Kourtney had previously stood by Scott during his battle with alcohol and supported him following the loss of both his parents within months of each other. But his continuing wild behaviour and pictures of him with his hand on the back of ex-girlfriend Chloe Bartoli earlier this year, seemed to be the last straw for the 36-year-old.

The former couple have three children together; son Mason, five, daughter Penelope, three and eight-month-old son Reign.

While Scott seems to be mourning the loss of their relationship, Kourtney is reportedly unrelenting.

“As far as Kourtney’s concerned, nothing has changed,” the source added. “It’s going to take more than a few soppy posts from Scott to convince her to take him back.”

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