Scott Disick has revealed that his former partner Kourtney Kardashian’s relationship with Travis Barker has helped him to finally ‘be able to move on’ from their 2015 split
Speaking in the upcoming season premiere of The Kardashians, Disick, 38, said that seeing his ex, 42, with the Blink-182 drummer, 46, made it clear that she was happy and ‘in a real thing.’
The Talentless founder also said he had false hope for reconciliation because members of the Kardashian–Jenner clan led him to believe that they might ‘get back together one day.’
‘For the first time in my life it’s finally starting to change. Now that Kourtney’s got her life with Travis, as hard as it is, it does give me a place to finally be able to move on,’ he said on the episode.
On dating women much younger than himself or his former partner.
‘If I want to find someone real and serious that I’d want to spent my life with, it would have to be somebody … [in their] upper 20s. Not over 30 … whatever … 30, whatever it is. If I love somebody, doesn’t matter their age,’ he continued.
Despite no longer having Kourtney in his life romantically, Scott was happy to see his ex happy.
‘I felt like I did so much wrong to her over so many years, I felt super guilty and felt like if she ever needed me for any reason whatsoever, I’d be there to make it up to her,’ he said.
‘Kourtney has [the] right to despise me and the way I treated her, because it was horrible.’
But He also said Kourtney and Travis’ relationship, which saw them tie the knot in Las Vegas the night of the Grammy Awards, had him ‘feeling left out,’ and he admitted that it felt ‘super hurtful’ after being excluded from family gatherings while having no other family to turn to
‘Feeling left out and not being told anything is super hurtful, especially when I don’t have another family to go to,’ he said.
Scott admitted he had always hope they would get back together and was even assured by friends and family that a reconciliation was in the future.
‘I always had her friends or our family in my ear kind of like, “Don’t worry honey, eventually you guys will figure it out and you’ll get back together one day.” My foot was always halfway in the door,’ Scott explained.
He described having Kourtney go from ‘best friend’ to co-parent was ‘probably one of the most difficult things in my life.’