Kourtney Kardashian Vacations with Her Ex & His Girlfriend, Wins at Next-Level Coparenting
Whatever you do, don’t try this at home — or on a beach near you. This is some next-level coparenting, y’all, and it’s not for the faint of heart.
Kourtney Kardashian and her ex, Scott Disick, and their kids are spending the holiday together in Mexico — with Scott Disick’s girlfriend, model Sofia Richie. Richie and Disick have been dating (Instagram-officially) since September 2017.
“This is co parenting done right,” the fan tweeted along with another fan’s Instagram pic of the entire blended KardashDisChie (yeah, we’ll have to work on that) fam, dining in Cabo San Lucas on Dec. 22. Yup, including model Sofia Richie, whom Disick has been dating for some time.
“Beyond proud of all of them!!!!” Khloé tweeted. “This is LOVE!! Your children before anything else!! All amazing adults right right!!!”
“The family dined on lobster and steak and seemed to be having a really good time,” an eyewitness told Us Weekly. “A mariachi band came to their table during dinner and serenaded the family with ‘Feliz Navidad.’”
The insider said, “At this point, Kourtney is so over any drama between Scott and Sofia and her. Scott and Sofia are obviously not breaking up any time soon and are very much in love and Kourtney has accepted that. She just wants to bury the hatchet and move on with her life. It’s best for her, their family and Sofia, too. All the drama is water under the bridge and they are all collectively in a much better space.”
On Dec. 5, Kardashian posted this Instagram picture, simply captioned, “Coparenting”:
Pretty sure coparenting looks different for most other ex-couples, but hey, we’re here for it. Disick also posted a shot from the holiday vacation, in which he’s seated on a lounge chair between his bikini-clad ex and similarly attired girlfriend.
“What more can a guy ask for. THREE’S COMPANY,” Disick wrote.
Kourtney Kardashian told You magazine in 2016 that coparenting with Disick is no big thing to her.
“I find co-parenting really easy. Scott and I communicate all the time,” she said. “You have to keep discussing what’s going on because as the children grow older, the rules need to be renegotiated.”
Mexico and margaritas for Christmas definitely beats Southern California zoos and paparazzi. Good luck, kids. Keep on keeping on with the coparenting.
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