Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have revealed how they feel about each other’s new romances.
The former couple dated on-and-off from 2006 to 2015, and share three children together – Mason, 11, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 6.
Kourtney has been dating Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker in recent months, while Scott has been dating 20-year-old model Amelia Hamlin.
During part two of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians reunion special, host Andy Cohen asked Scott if he approved of Kourtney’s relationship with Travis.
The Talentless founder said: “I think if you really love somebody you want them to be happy no matter what. So I do give her a blessing to be happy.”
Kourtney said she also approved of Scott’s romance with Amelia, telling Andy: “Yeah, whoever would make him happy I would give him my blessing.”
Speaking about the age-gap between him and Amelia, Scott said: “Everybody gets this wrong, that I look for young girls. I don’t go out looking for young girls – they happen to be attracted to me, because I look young.”
In part one of the reunion special, Kourtney and Scott admitted Scott’s substance abuse was the main reason for their split.
After Andy asked if they’d still be together if Scott maintained his sobriety, the pair agreed that they probably would.
The former couple insisted they have never been intimate since their split in 2015.
As for what their relationship is like today, Kourtney said they’re “great friends and co-parents” and Scott confirmed: “We’re family. I think we always will be.”
Andy also asked Kourtney whether Scott’s infidelity or substance abuse was the biggest “dealbreaker” for her.
The 42-year-old replied: “I mean, the infidelity, I only knew about it at the end. So I think the substance abuse was the dealbreaker.”
The Bravo boss then questioned Scott if his excessive drinking led to his “bad behaviour”.
The 38-year-old said: “I don’t want to make any excuses for my behaviour. I definitely wouldn’t have done these things sober, but it was all wrong. I just thought it was normal, to be honest.”