Kourtney Kardashian's family 'worried' about baby daddy Scott Disick after she gets engaged to Travis Barker
KOURTNEY Kardashian's family are "worried" about her baby daddy Scott Disick" in the wake of her engagement to boyfriend Travis Barker after around a year of dating.
The reality star and her troubled ex had an on-again-off-again relationship between 2006 and 2015 and share three children together.
Fans watched as Scott struggled with their breakup on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, after it was revealed she even turned down his proposal in 2011 and never showed interest in marrying him.
Now, a source has told The Sun exclusively her family are keeping their eye on Scott in case he flips out over news of her impending nuptials to the Blink 182 drummer Travis, 45.
The insider said: "Kourtney and Scott haven't been as close as they were since she started dating Travis, and he's made it clear he isn't a fan of their PDA parade.
"He's spoken to Khloe about it, everyone is worried about him, but he feels the best thing is to take a step back and focus on being the best father he can be for their kids."
The source added: "He does think Travis is a good guy and a perfect fit for her and the family, but it hurts to see someone else making her so happy."
Kourtney and Scott share son Mason, 11, daughter, Penelope, nine, and son Reign, six, and the star is yet to publicly share his opinion on his ex's engagement.
Travis got down on one knee surrounded by red roses and candles on a Santa Barbara beach during the weekend, and Kourtney, 42, immediately said yes to her beau.
The loved-up couple celebrated their happy news with family during an intimate dinner as fans went wild on Instagram.
Kourtney's family were thrilled with the engagement this weekend, and she was pictured jumping into Travis' arms for a smooch after saying yes.
She showed off a huge oval diamond sparkler, thought to be worth $1million, as they dined with their families including Kardashian matriarch, Kris Jenner, Khloe Kardashian and her baby daddy, Tristan Thompson.
Since the news, a source also told Page Six Scott is losing his mind over the engagement.
"Scott is going crazy," our insider said. "He's going to go off the deep end. It's really bad. It's about to get dark."
Scott Disick's rep has yet to return calls for comment.
Romance rumors started flying in early 2021, when Travis and Kourtney posted nearly-identical photos taken at Kris' home in Palm Springs.
The pair also increased their activity in the Instagram comments section, raising eyebrows by leaving flirty emojis on each other's photos.
Later that month, news hit that sources close to the couple had confirmed their romance began in late 2020.
Just before Valentine's Day, Kourtney and Travis were spotted holding hands at Japanese restaurant Matsuhisa in Los Angeles.
They have since made a show of their love on social media and at red carpet events, often packing on the PDA.
Scott previously showed his jealousy over their relationship by commenting on a photograph of Kourt and Travis on a sexy Italian vacation.
He allegedly slid into her other ex-boyfriend Younes Bendjima's DMs to slam her for straddling her new man during a steamy boat ride in Sestri Levante back in September.
"Yo is this chick ok!???? Brooooo like what is this. In the middle of Italy," he apparently wrote in a message.
However, Younes was not keen to join in on trolling his ex, as he clapped back: "Doesn't matter to me as long as she's happy. PS: I ain't your bro."
Then, he added a screenshot of the conversation to his Instagram story for his fans, who went on to troll Scott.
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