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Scott Disick attends Kardashian family dinner

Scott Disick attends Kardashian family dinner

Scott Disick joined Kourtney Kardashian for a "magical" family dinner in honour of her late father yesterday (22.02.16).

The 32-year-old model and his ex-girlfriend gathered at her mother Kris Jenner's home along with the matriarch's boyfriend Corey Gamble, Kim Kardashian West and Kylie Jenner for a celebration to mark what would have been Robert Kardashian's 72nd birthday.

Kourtney tweeted afterwards: "Blessed and magical night."

The family's favourite Armenian eatery, Carousel, provided the food for the occasion.

Kim tweeted: "Live streaming our amazing Armenian dinner that Carousel came and cooked for us to celebrate my dads birthday!"

Kylie shared a number of Snapchat videos from the dinner, including one featuring Scott and Kourtney - who split last July - and their children, Mason, six, Penelope, three, and Reign, 14 months.

And at the end of the meal, Kris shared a picture of the dinner table, which featured empty plates and an accessory from her grandaughter's 'Frozen' costume.

She posted on Instagram: "You know it's been a good night when you've finished your family dinner and you realize Elsa's sister Anna left her hair behind. #penelope #frozen #magicalnight (sic)"

Robert died of cancer in 2009 at the age of 59, and his daughters used their social media pages to look back on their memories of him.

On Instagram, Kourtney wrote: "Happy birthday to my favourite man in the world who taught me everything. I know you are with me but I wish I could hug you. I love you Daddy. My first love".

Kim posted a picture of her own and wrote: "Happy Birthday dad! So much has gone on in our lives since you've been gone, and I know you have been my guardian angel seeing it all unfold! I love you and miss you so much!"

And Khloe tweeted: "To the best man I've ever known, happy birthday daddy. I miss you! I miss you! I miss you!"

However, the sisters' reclusive brother Rob Kardashian didn't share any memories publicly.