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How’s the Coparenting *Really* Going with Scott Disick, Kourtney Kardashian, and Sofia Richie?
Three's company, or three's a crowd? Here's how the Keeping Up with the Kardashians mom is, uh, keeping with her ex's new relationship.
If you haven't been keeping up with the Kardashians, here's a quickie: The eldest daughter, Kourtney Kardashian, 39, has been sometimes-dating 21-year-old Luka Sabbat, while Scott Disick, the father of her three children, has been dating 20-year-old Sofia Richie (daughter of Lionel Richie) for about a year. Now that you're properly caught up, you might wonder how this particular co-parenting situation is going down at the moment. The answer seems to be: ehh.
That's if anonymous sources commenting on the triangle are to be believed. Their collective vibe seems to be that Kourtney and Scott are actually doing pretty well as co-parents, but Kourtney isn't thrilled about Sofia in general.
“She knows that Kourtney isn’t her biggest fan and she understands that," one source told PEOPLE. "Sofia and Kourtney will never be best friends, but Sofia is happy that she has proved to Kourtney that she is great with her kids. Sofia is hoping that her relationship with Scott lasts.”
Two more sources told E! that Kourtney seems to just tolerate Sofia for the sake of Sofia being good to her children, but Kourtney doesn't seem to be jumping at the chance to hang out with Sofia.
"Scott and Kourtney have a great relationship right now and have been spending a huge amount of time together with the kids recently. Kourtney is aware that it's definitely been bothersome to Sofia, but she does not care," said one. "Scott and Kourtney are really getting along and there hasn't been an issue between the two in a long time."
"It's tough for her dealing with the fact that Scott has to interact with Kourtney often," remarked the other. "Sofia and Scott's relationship is solid right now and they do spend a lot of time together, but Sofia does get insecure at times and Scott has to reassure her."
Sounds like everyone is at least trying to make it work.