Scott Disick has been heaped with praise following Kourtney Kardashian’s pregnancy announcement.
The reality star shares three children with The Kardashians star who is now expecting a baby with her husband Travis Barker.
Seeing Kourtney move on, especially in such a serious way, hasn’t been easy for Scott. The dad has often mentioned how he thought he would always end up with Kourtney, despite their difficult past.
However, things were not meant to be after Kourtney started dating and then eventually married Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker.
As hard as it has been for Disick, fans have been praising him for how much he has grown since the early days of his relationship with Kourtney.
In the comments of his Father’s Day post, the dad’s followers hailed him for being such an incredible parent.
“Kourtney was the lucky one to get you for those three beautiful children! You should be so proud of who you’ve become, as I’m sure your parents are from up above!” one said.
Another added, “Thought I’d check up on you to see how you were after Kourtney’s pregnancy announcement. I’m glad to see you’re doing well!”
Many pointed out how wrong it was of Kourtney not to acknowledge Scott for Father’s Day.
“Not being funny but Kourtney could still shout out the father to her children on Father’s Day. It’s called respect for the children when you respect their father especially a present one,” one wrote.
Another pointed out, “People should stop thinking he is miserable each time his ex does great.”
Kourtney confirmed she was pregnant with Travis Barker’s baby over the weekend. This is her first child with the drummer, but she shares three children with ex-Scott.
The pregnancy news hurt Scott a little, but he is reportedly doing well.
A source told Entertainment Tonight, “Scott is being as supportive as possible while also trying to take care of himself.
“It stings a little and he will always have a love for Kourtney, but at the same time, he is also happy and excited for her. He wants to continue to move on and focus on his own personal life.”