Disick checked out of rehab on Wednesday after spending a month at a facility in Malibu, and it looks like he’s trying to get back into the good graces of the mother of his three children — 5-year-old Mason, 3-year-old Penelope and 10-month-old Reign.
On Friday, Disick and Kardashian were spotted together for the first time since their split in July, while attending a party celebrating the release of celebrity pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr.’s debut book Sandcastle Kings, as reported by TMZ.
Celebs like Justin Bieber and Patrick Schwarzenegger also attended the star-studded event, but all eyes were on the former couple.
On Saturday, the 36-year-old reality star started her day off with a super sweet snapshot of herself and her 3-year-old daughter Penelope, which she posted to Instagram and captioned, “Morning cuddles.”
Later that day, Kardashian attended the Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City, California where she looked happy and healthy in a classy, cream pantsuit that also showed some skin.
On Sunday, Kourtney’s split from Scott played a big part on the season 11 premiere of Keeping Up With the Kardashians. In the episode, Kourtney opened up about their plans to co-parenting and explaining, “I told Scott that he can come over to see the kids. We’re trying the best that we can to be a team while living apart.”
Scott also spent time with the Kardashian-Jenner family on Sunday, having lunching with Kendall Jenner.
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An eyewitness tells ET that Scott and Kendall sat together for a meal at Il Pastaio in Beverly Hills, California. They both dressed casually for lunch, and went largely unnoticed. The two looked happy and relaxed as they enjoyed their meals.
Scott has been making the rounds since his release from rehab, spending time with various members of the family. On Thursday, Scott and Kris Jenner were spotted enjoying a sushi dinner with a friend at Nobu in Malibu. Check out the video below for a look at Scott’s night out, post-rehab.