Scott Disick Has Been "Having a Hard Time" With Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker's Marriage
Last weekend, most of the Kardashian inner circle gathered in Italy for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker’s v lavish wedding. One notable exception was Scott Disick, who decided to pass on watching his ex walk down the aisle.
Since they exchanged “I dos,” Kourtney and Travis (and their guests) have shared lots of pics from the ceremony and Kourtney has even officially added Barker to her name on Instagram. Meaning? Skipping the actual ceremony is one thing, but avoiding it entirely is nearly impossible for anyone actively using social media—a category of humans that happens to include Scott.
So, how’s Lord Disick doing with the ongoing explosion of Kravis updates and pictures? It’s complicated, it seems.
“Scott has been having a hard time with Kourtney and Travis’ marriage, but he is doing as well as he can be,” a source told Entertainment Tonight. “He has mixed feelings because he loves Kourtney, but he also knows she is very happy.”
Apparently, the Kravis lovefest has also prompted Scott to reflect back on his and Kourt’s time together, with the source adding that he “has a lot of regrets about how he treated Kourtney during their relationship.”
In the lead-up to Kourt and Travis’ wedding, Scott kept busy by hanging out with friends in LA, including a dinner with Rod, Sean, and Kimberly Stewart where sources said Scott “seemed in good spirits” (per E! News) and “seemed to be in a good mood” (per Entertainment Tonight.)
Scott has been open about his struggles coming to terms with Kourtney’s relationship with Travis. In an episode of The Kardashians, he talked with Khloé Kardashian about the couple’s engagement, explaining, “Don’t get me wrong, I’ll always love your sister. I wasn’t that caught off guard. I thought that they’d already be married [based on] the way that she was talking. It wasn’t crazy. Thank God. Because at another time in my life if I’d heard that, life would’ve been over for me.”
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