In the latest episode of ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’, the restaurateur reveals to the eldest Kardashian sister that his model girlfriend ‘feels like she doesn’t fit in sometimes.’
Even though Sofia Richie, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick have always looked like they have a lot of fun whenever they hang out together, it doesn’t seem that way. In the Sunday, October 6 episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians“, the restaurateur revealed that his girlfriend would sometimes felt left out.
“This past few months, we’ve been on a few trips where it’s been Kourtney, Sofia and the kids, and it’s been great,” Scott said in the episode. “But Sofia mentioned to me that she felt left out. And I don’t want to overstep anyone’s boundaries and make anyone feel left out.” Thus, when the three planned another family trip to Finland, Scott ended up getting worried all by himself.
He still couldn’t feel comfortable even after consulting with Kim Kardashian, and he couldn’t hide his feelings during their trip. Eventually, he opened up to Kourt about what he had been feeling. “I want you to be comfortable, I want Sofia to be comfortable,” he said. “She’s always like… you guys have your way… and it’s hard. She feels like she doesn’t fit in sometimes. I haven’t really had a second by myself to have conversation and make her feel comfortable. She’s never been in this life that we’ve had for ten years. It’s a lot. I’m trying to juggle it, and being on camera is a lot for her.”
Kourtney then assured her ex-boyfriend that he and Sofia could “go off and do your own thing. I just feel like… you’re in it, then let’s enjoy what’s happening and make the most of it. If we’re all going to do something, then let’s be in the moment and have fun.” The “Flip It Like Disick” star surely took this advice to heart as he adopted a positive attitude shortly afterward.
“Now that I know people are having a good time, I realize that I can spend some time with Sofia alone and not feel bad,” he said. “I know that Kourtney’s having fun, I know the kids are having fun.”