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Kourtney has ‘no interest’ in Scott reconciliation

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Kourtney has ‘no interest’ in Scott reconciliation

Scott Disick’s “ultimate goal” is apparently to reunite with ex Kourtney Kardashian.

Kourtney split from 32-year-old Scott, who she has three children with, earlier this year after infidelity rumours and a string of failed rehab stints.

However, while Kourtney is doing her utmost to move on with her life, Scott is said to be determined to win his former love back.

"At the end of the day, he wants to get back together with Kourtney," a source told E! News. "That's his ultimate goal. He wants his family back together."

But while Scott can see a rekindling of the relationship in the future, Kourtney is apparently thinking somewhat differently.

Kourtney, 36, has been posting pictures on her various social networks showing herself having fun and larking around with friends – enjoying life as a single woman.

And while Scott can see a rekindling of the relationship in the future, Kourtney is apparently thinking somewhat differently.

"Kourtney still has no interest in getting back with him," the source added.

Despite claims that Scott wants to reconnect with Kourtney, he has apparently been healing his broken heart with the help of some single ladies.

The source said that while Scott hasn’t found anyone who can match Kourtney, he has been indulging in some alone time with various young women.

"He's lonely," the source added. "So I'm sure he's hooking up here and there."

Kourtney’s stepfather Caitlyn Jenner, who previously went by the name Bruce, recently revealed how his relative is coping in the wake of her split.

And while Caitlyn said Kourtney is obviously still reeling from the break up, she is otherwise coping well.

"It's obviously very tough on her. Obviously Scott has a lot of issues and she's trying to deal with them the best she can," Caitlyn said during an episode of reality show I Am Cait. "She's got three kids with him...She'll be OK. Relationships aren't easy."

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