Kourtney Kardashian doesn't want to give Scott Disick false hope
Reality TV star Kourtney Kardashian doesn't want to give former partner Scott Disick any "false hope" of a reconciliation.
The 37-year-old split from the father of her three children last summer (15), but the former couple has managed to establish a firm friendship.
However, in a sneak peak of the next episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kourtney and Scott discuss their current status, while she insists she doesn't want to give the 32-year-old the wrong impression as they shop for his new bachelor pad.
"When it comes to Scott, I'm not looking to get back together any time soon," she says. "I don't have specific boundaries set, but coming to help him pick out stuff for his kitchen in his new house as a friend, like I'm totally OK with that, and I don't feel like I'm giving any false hope."
Old habits die hard though, and in one clip, Scott looks to his former girlfriend to make a decision about the colour of his hand towels.
"She's a tough cookie you're talkin' about here," he told Kourtney's mother Kris Jenner, who joined them on the trip. "I do trust her - she did run my life for 11 years."
The former couple is parents to sons Mason, six, and 16-month-old Reign, and daughter Penelope, three, and the family still spends quality time together.
The latest series of the family's reality show explores the new dynamics between the pair, and Kourtney's return to single life.
"It took Kourtney months to get to where she is right now," a source recently told People magazine. "(She's) happier and confident lately. Kourtney and Scott are in a good place. They are getting along and very friendly."
- Cover Media