Kourtney Kardashian tells her sisters to stop encouraging Scott Disick romance

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Photo credit: Instagram/KourtneyKardashian

Kourtney Kardashian is well and truly over the Scott Disick reconciliation rumours, telling her sisters to let the relationship lie in the latest Keeping Up With The Kardashians.

While both Kourtney and Scott are now in other relationships - Kourt with Travis Barker and Scott with Amelia Hamlin - much of the final series of KUWTK was filmed in 2020.

Which might be why the likes of Khloe, Kim and Kris spend time scheming and plotting ways to get the couple back together - including setting up a secret date and showing Scott lots of support.

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But in the latest episode, Kourtney hits out at her sisters for meddling in her relationships, insisting they seem to support Scott more than her. "I just feel like I'm really over it with my family enabling Scott because they don't know all of the details," Kourtney said during a confessional.

"When Scott and I broke up, I set certain boundaries with him. Scott's made so many major life improvements and he's such a great dad and I'm really proud of him, but the biggest thing is just having consistency."

Kourtney continued, "So I just think him playing the role of the victim, I just can't have it keep going on and on."

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Kim responds, "Would you ever just say to him, 'Hey It's never going to happen?'" to which Kourtney replies, "But that's never been able to happen. You guys usually agree with him and you're like, 'Yes, Kourtney what is she doing? Why isn't she taking it seriously? You've changed so much'."

Khloe then asked her sister, "So what do you need from us?" to which Kourtney replied:

"To stop agreeing with him cause that's not true. I put it back on him and say 'The things I've asked you to do since we broke up have not been done.' My point was if he ever says it to you guys just feel free to say that [back to him] and end the conversation. I want him to feel supported and be able to go to you guys, I just think the best for him is to put it back on him and learn to be accountable."

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Kourtney and Scott first met in 2006 and endured an on-off relationship for almost a decade, before finally calling it quits in 2015. They share three children - Mason, Penelope and Reign.

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