AceShowbiz - Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick continue to prove that exes could still have a good relationship with each other. One day after celebrating her 41st birthday, the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star was caught on camera coming out of a house together with the father of her three children, 10-year-old Mason, 7-year-old Penelope and 5-year-old Reign.
In several photos surfacing online, the Poosh founder and her 36-year-old ex-boyfriend were seen stepping out of a Calabasas, California house on Sunday, April 19, prompting fans to speculate if they spent a night together. For the sighting, she was captured wearing black windbreaker pants, a green pullover and a pair of New Balance sneakers.
Kourtney's ex Scott, in the meantime, rocked a pair of short and a zip-up sweater to cover his loafers. He carried a Louis Vuitton duffle bag as he loaded their stuff into a car with her. Neither one of the exes, who had been together from 2006 to 2015, was seen wearing face masks for coronavirus precautions, but they wore sunglasses. They parted ways shortly afterwards.
One day prior to the sighting, Kourtney had her famous family celebrating her milestone with a birthday parade. Sharing with fans on how her family made her day special despite the coronavirus lockdown was her younger sister Khloe Kardashian and their half-sister Kendall Jenner through social media posts.
In a number of videos uploaded on Kendall's Instagram page, several cars could be seen lining up in front of their eldest sister's house. When Kourtney exited from her house with her children, cheers and honks were heard in the background. Rihanna's "Birthday Cake" and BLACKPINK's "Birthday B***h" were also blaring through speakers.
Khloe, on the other hand, wrote a lengthy message declaring her love for her older sister. "In any lifetime I would have found a way to have you in my life forever! I can't imagine my life without you, nor would I ever want to imagine that," she wrote in a post. "You and I have an incredible rare bond that no matter what, it can never be broken."