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Scott Disick is desperate to 'make things work again' with Kourtney Kardashian

Scott Disick is desperate to 'make things work again' with Kourtney Kardashian

Scott Disick is desperate to "make things work again" with former partner Kourtney Kardashian.

The 33-year-old television personality - who has sons Mason, six, and 23-month-old Reign, as well as four-year-old daughter Penelope with the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - reportedly "whisked" his ex-girlfriend away to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, over the weekend in a bid to win her back.

Speaking to PEOPLE about the couple - who were together for nine years before splitting in 2015 - a source said: "Scott set it all up and [it] was a way to try and make things work again with Kourtney. He surprised her and whisked her away on this trip."

And it has been reported the pair were "very close and happy" during their getaway.

A separate source said: "They seem very close and happy."

And the businessman, who also stars in the popular E! programme, has taken to social media to gush about the brunette beauty.

Alongside a photograph of Kourtney sporting a skimpy swimsuit whilst leaning over the edge of the infinity pool, which was shared to Scott's Instagram account, he wrote: "Views (sic)."

Although the duo appeared to be getting on well, the mother of three has revealed she is sceptical about rekindling her relationship with Scott.

Speaking previously, the 37 year old said: "I mean I'm so happy that Scott and I are getting along so well and that we're co-parenting, but I think hanging out with Scott without the kids. Scott can just take any little thing and run with it and think that like we're getting back together tomorrow.

"Right now I can't even wrap my head around that idea. There's so much work that would be involved and I'm so not even there yet.

"The idea of having my family together is amazing, but it's not the way things ended up. They may end up there. I'm not sure. To me, it's in God's hands. If it's meant to be, then things will line up."