Scott Disick is turning his life around after a tumultuous year. The reality television star appears to be making amends with his family, including ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian, following his recent stint in a Malibu rehab centre.
The 32-year-old sparked rumours of a reconciliation with his ex on Tuesday after they were spotted going out for lunch together without their three children. The former couple made no attempt to go incognito, and Kourtney couldn't stop smiling as they made their way into Marmalade Café in Calabasas, Los Angeles.
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Scott Disick reunited with ex Kourtney Kardashian on Tuesday
Their outing comes as Scott reportedly attempts to win Kourtney back after she called time on their nine-year relationship in July. Reports suggest that the father of three even popped the question to the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star in a bid to show that he was serious about their relationship.
"Out of nowhere, he cornered Kourt and popped the question," a source told In Touch. "She told him she's not ready to forgive yet. He made a joke about wearing her down. It's only a matter of time before he asks her again."
Scott is also keen to spend time with their children – Mason, five, Penelope, three, and 11-month-old Reign. A source told E! News that Scott wants to be the best dad he can possibly be and is committed to continuing treatment in a bid to do so.
Scott is committed to spending time with his three children
Following his recent stay in rehab the reality star has also revealed he will be hosting a New Year's Eve party in Las Vegas. While this could be cause for concern to those worried about Scott's partying, sources suggest that the father-of-three is in "a very healthy place" and taking his treatment seriously now.
"Something has clicked in his head. He's in a very healthy place, and he's being a lot more authentic than before," a source told People. "He used to give everyone what I call 'rehab speak', where he was just repeating phrases that you know he heard in counselling somewhere. These days, he's a lot more clear in what he's saying.
"He used to always talk about 'taking responsibility', but now it seems like he's actually taking more responsibility by trying to spend time with his kids."