Kourtney Kardashian has found herself in a serene moment of her own as reports surface, it appears that she preferred drama drama-free life and enjoyed her life with Travis Barker.
As the founder of Poosh seemingly distanced herself from the Kardashian-Jenner family, it appears that her sisters, instead, have deepened their connection with her former partner, Scott Disick.
Relationship expert Louella Alderson expressed that it is "understandable" that Kourtney's sisters have chosen to include Scott in family gatherings.
In an exclusive conversation with The Mirror, she provided her insights, "Kourtney has distanced herself from her sisters gradually over the years, and it's clear there has been tension between her and Kim in particular.”
She shared, "Kourtney has been preoccupied with her new relationship with Travis and has fully immersed herself in that part of her life. Her focus has shifted from the Kardashian family to building and nurturing her own relationship with Travis, his family and their new baby, Rocky."
Louella mentioned that even though Kourtney is not present, Scott is still "very much a part of the family dynamic."
She went on to say, "If Kourtney doesn't want to spend as much time with her sisters, it's understandable that they invite Scott as he is the father of Kourtney's children and Kris, Khloe and Kim all think of him like family."
The expert suggested, “Kourtney is good at setting boundaries with her family. If she didn't want Scott around, she would tell them.”
Louella indicated that Kourtney and Scott have successfully cultivated a constructive co-parenting dynamic throughout the years.
The ex-partners are parents to three children - Mason, aged 13, Penelope, aged 12, and Reign, aged nine.
"Given that he is the father of her children and is still close with the family, it's likely that Kourtney will continue to have a relationship with Scott in some capacity," Louella explained.
She added, "It is important for them to maintain an amicable co-parenting relationship for the sake of their children and their extended family dynamic.
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