Scott Disick says his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian’s romance with Travis Barker has finally allowed him to’move on.’

Scott Disick has stated that his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian’s romance with Travis Barker has helped him’move on’ from their 2015 breakup.

Disick, 38, stated that seeing his ex, 42, with the Blink-182 drummer, 46, made it evident that she was happy and ‘in a real thing’ on the forthcoming season premiere of The Kardashians.

Members of the Kardashian–Jenner family led him to believe that they would ‘get back together one day,’ according to the Talentless creator.

‘For the first time in my life, things are beginning to shift.’ ‘Now that Kourtney has her life with Travis, as difficult as it is, it gives me a space to finally move on,’ he added on the episode.

On dating ladies much younger than him or his ex-girlfriend.

‘I’d have to look for someone in their upper 20s if I want to find someone real and serious with whom I’d want to spend my life.’ It can’t be more than 30… whatever it is… 30, whatever it is. ‘It doesn’t matter how old someone is if I love them,’ he continued.

Scott was delighted to see his ex-girlfriend happy, despite the fact that they were no longer romantically together.

‘I felt like I had done so much wrong to her over so many years,’ he added. ‘I felt tremendously bad and felt like if she ever needed me for anything, I’d be there to make it up to her.’

‘Kourtney has every right to hate me and the way I treated her because it was horrific,’ she says.

He also claimed that Kourtney and Travis’ romance, which saw them marry on the night of the Grammy Awards in Las Vegas, left him ‘feeling left out,’ and that he felt’super painful’ after being shunned from family gatherings with no other family to turn to.

‘Feeling left out and not being informed anything hurts a lot, especially when you don’t have another family to turn to,’ he explained.

Scott stated that he had always hoped they would reconcile, and that he had been persuaded by friends and family that they would.

‘I always had her friends or our relatives whispering in my ear,’ she says “Don’t worry, honey; you’ll sort it out soon, and you’ll be reunited one day.

“Scott remarked, ‘My foot was usually halfway in the door.’

Having Kourtney transition from “best friend” to “co-parent” was “probably one of the most difficult things in my life,” he said.

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