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Kris Jenner: Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Are Not Splitting Up



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Kris Jenner has denied rumors that her daughter Kourtney Kardashian is about to split from her partner Scott Disick.

The couple are currently expecting their second child but have been plagued by recent rumors that they are estranged and that Scott never wanted this second child.

Jenner used an appearance on ‘Bethenny,’ airing today (June 25), to insist that Kourtney and Scott are “so together”.

“They’re always together,” she is quoted as saying, in ‘Us Weekly.’ “They have always been together. They’re very, very happy.”

Jenner added that her daughter is “the one who really doesn’t want to get married.” That comes following Kourtney’s admission that she considers the institution “claustrophobic”.

“But they’re really cute,” Jenner added. “When Kourtney’s out of town, he’s at my house every night for dinner. I’m like, ‘He’s never going to go home!’”

Kourtney’s sister Khloe recently said that Disick is “so much better now”, adding: “He has worked hard and fights his demons. Plus, he is a great dad and good to Kourtney.”

So the Kardashian machine is working hard to smooth out any suggestion of troubles between Kourtney and Scott. Do we believe them or do they protest too much?

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