Scott Disick hasn’t gone home since Kourtney Kardashian dumped him on July 6, but after some prodding from Kris Jenner, he called his kids to tell them he loved them. And it was then that Scott broke down in tears, HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY learned.
Kourtney Kardashian, 36, told her three children — Mason, 5, Penelope, 3, and Reign Disick, 6 months — that daddy’s working because she’s not ready to tell them she split up with their father, Scott Disick, 32. But either way, they still miss him, which is why Scott gave them a call, recently. However, he could hardly speak because he was having trouble controlling his emotions, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned.
“Scott called Kourtney and their conversation was very brief. He didn’t ask her how she was doing or much about her at all. She asked him where he was and when he was coming back, as they need to sit down and discuss things, but Scott didn’t have many answers. He really just wanted to talk to the kids. As soon as he heard Mason’s voice, tears started streaming down his face in buckets. He did his best to not let the kids know he was breaking down, but he was balling his eyes out. He wished Penelope a happy birthday and told the kids he loved them. When they told him they missed him and asked him when he was coming home, it was like a punch to the gut. He told them soon and then got off the phone,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
Ever since Scott got caught getting handsy with his ex-girlfriend, Chloe Bartoli, in Monte Carlo on July 4, he hasn’t returned home. And he didn’t even talk to Kourtney until Kris Jenner convinced him to call his kids and talk to them, a source tells us EXCLUSIVELY. Thankfully, Scott listened. No matter what the future holds for Kourtney and Scott, their kids love and adore their daddy. So we’re just happy to hear that Mason, Penelope and Reign had a chance to communicate with him while he’s away.
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— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Tim Plant