Scott Disick 'wishes Kourtney Kardashian was more affected by Amelia Hamlin', apparently

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Scott Disick is apparently unhappy that Kourtney Kardashian is 'unaffected' by his relationship with Amelia Hamlin. This sounds... highly toxic.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Kourtney and Scott co-parent their three children, Mason, Penelope and Reign, and have an on-again off-again relationship history.

The pair haven't been romantically involved for a while, not least because Scott has been dating Amelia Hamlin since November 2020, and Kourtney went public with Travis Barker in January.

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According to new reports, Scott wishes his relationship with Amelia was having a bigger impact on Kourtney, in the same way he feels bothered about her romance with Travis. Wait, what?

ET's source claim Kourtney "is unbothered" by Scott and Amelia's relationship, explaining "it's not weird for her to see them together by any means" and adding that the Kardashian-Jenners "have been nice to Amelia and supportive of her and Scott's relationship, but they aren't as close with her as they were with Sofia [Richie] yet."

Meanwhile, the source says Scott's recent birthday party, which saw him turn 37, was "a little awkward" and that "he wishes Kourtney was more affected by it, like he is about Kourtney and Travis [who are] so beyond obsessed with each other.

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"Scott hasn't hung out in a big family setting with Kourtney and Travis yet. He's still a little skeptical of their relationship and hurt by it."

Hmm. Whether there's any truth to the report or not (it is an anonymous source, after all), we're kind of hoping Kourtney and Scott are mature enough to get on with their own things.

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