Scott Disick posts adorable video of Mason and Penelope dancing: 'Best thing ever'

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Scott Disick is enjoying spending some time with his children following his split from Kourtney Kardashian. The 32-year-old shared an adorable video of Mason, five, and Penelope, three, dancing around in his car on Sunday, telling fans it was the "best thing ever".

The short Instagram clip shows the youngsters listening to Demi Lovato's single Cool for the Summer, before showing off their dance moves when the chorus kicks in. Mason, who is sat in the driving seat, clutches the steering wheel and jumps around alongside his younger sister.

"Best thing ever," their proud dad captioned the video.

Best thing ever

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Despite Kourtney recently calling time on her nine-year relationship with Scott after photos emerged of him getting close to celebrity stylist Chloe Bartoli, she is apparently still keen for him to maintain a close relationship with their children Mason, Penelope and seven-month-old Reign.

The reality TV star is believed to have been taking care of the children over the weekend while Kourtney joined her family to celebrate her younger sister Kylie Jenner's 18th birthday.

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Scott Disick said watching his children dancing was the "best thing ever"

A source close to the couple told Us Weekly that Scott "misses Kourtney a lot," a sentiment he echoed in a recent Instagram post when he attended a wedding alone. Scott shared a photo of a placeholder for "Scott Disick Guest", adding the caption: "When u realize the grass isn't always greener."

A reconciliation may not be completely off the cards for the couple though as Kourtney is yet to make a "final decision" about whether she and Scott will stay together.

"Scott is not totally out of the picture," a source told People. "She hasn't made a final decision. Right now, she's just living day to day. She's not begging him to see the kids, but she also hasn't definitively said 'I'm never letting him back again.'"