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Kourtney Kardashian goes public with rumoured new boyfriend

The male model is 15 years younger than mother-of-three Kourtney.

Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian has gone public with her rumoured new boyfriend after stepping out together in Beverly Hills on Tuesday (02May17).

The mother-of-three has reportedly been casually dating model Younes Bendjima for months after meeting him in October (16), when they partied together in Paris, France on the night Kourtney's sister Kim Kardashian was targeted by armed robbers, according to

Kourtney and Younes, who is 15 years her junior, are said to have been keeping their budding romance low-key, but on Tuesday, the new couple was photographed side by side during a shopping trip in Beverly Hills, after enjoying a lunch date in West Hollywood. The pair even dressed alike, wearing white tops and ripped light blue jeans.

The date took place two days after the latest episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians aired in the U.S., on which Kourtney's ex-boyfriend Scott Disick, the father of her kids, revealed he suffered a relapse in his sobriety battle in January (17) after learning she had been out on a date with another man.

"This is probably the worst thing I could ever hear, ever," Scott said to the cameras. "I don't think she realised a friend of mine saw her (on the date). Of course I called her and asked, and she blatantly lied to me. It was somewhat heartbreaking... I just didn't see things going this direction. I feel like everything I've been working so hard for is kind of done now."

He and Kourtney dated on and off from 2006 to 2015, when she dumped Scott for good due to his wild partying. They have remained close for the sake of their sons Mason, seven, and Reign, two, and four-year-old daughter Penelope.

Kourtney, 38, has yet to comment on her relationship with Younes, who splits his time between Paris and Los Angeles. She was previously linked to pop superstar Justin Bieber, who is also 23.

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