Scott Disick not ruling out Kourtney Kardashian reunion
Scott Disick has confused fans once again about the status of his relationship with ex-partner Kourtney Kardashian.
Reality TV star Scott Disick thinks rekindling a romantic relationship with his ex Kourtney Kardashian is definitely a possibility.
The former couple began dating in 2006 but back in July, 2015 the Keeping Up with the Kardashians stars split up.
There have been rumours the pair is considering a reconciliation and Scott has fuelled this hearsay in a new interview.
“I don’t think anything is ever simple," he shared while speaking Tuesday (29Mar16) on Australian radio show Kyle & Jackie O. "I’m not the first person in the world to get separated from their significant other. There are things we both have to work on. … We’re at a good place, (but) I don’t think either of us want anymore than where we’re at."
“I don’t really rule anything out," he said of getting back with Kourtney. "If things are meant to be, maybe they will be.”
With his latest statement, Scott seems to have negated comments he made in another recent interview.
"In the end, I'm trying to live my life," he told People.com recently. "I'm trying to live it healthy. I'm trying to be there for the people I love, which is Kourtney and kids but you know what, we're not together."
Scott and Kourtney share three young children together - son Mason, six, daughter Penelope, three, and son Reign, 15 months.
Scott has suffered with addiction issues in the past, but since he left rehab and is now apparently sober and healthy, he has been seen spending lots of time with 36-year-old Kourtney, including making an appearance in a series of her Snapchat videos published on Wednesday (16Mar16).
However, Kourtney categorically denied they were romantically involved again after fans assumed this was the case due to his appearance on her social media accounts.
"By the way everyone relax, people that have three kids together spend time together," she quipped in a Snapchat video.
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