Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Kourtney Kardashian is the mother of three – Mason Dash Disick Penelope Scotland Disick Reign Aston Disick from her first husband Scott Disick. The star was in the news for her relationship with Algerian boxer-turned model Younes Bendjima back in 2017 which only lasted for a year. However, it looks like the ex-flames are rekindling their love as Kourt and Younes are getting spotted on various occasions, even though they share a cordial relationship with each other. Earlier, the ex-lovers were spotted strolling in the city or having a gala time at Adventure park, having a 'so called' date. He even attended Kourt’s lavish Christmas party which saw Kar-Jenners raising the oomph factor.
Amid all this, Kourt wants to get pregnant again. Giving a gist of it, sometime back, the actress shared a drooling picture of herself where she is seen wearing an orange bodysuit. Sharing the picture, she captioned, “tryna fix your inner issues with a bad bitch.” However, in the picture, her belly fairly looks a bit bumped. In one glance, anyone would say it’s a baby bump but giving her benefit of the doubt, it must be the angle of the photo or she must have had a heavy meal.
Just like us, this picture generated a lot of curiosity amongst the fans who then started asking if the lady is pregnant for real. A fan asked, ‘are you pregnant.” To which she replied to the user, “No, I wish.” Her answer to the question has raised many eyebrows since Kourt has now reconciled with Younes Bendjima, we wonder if baby number four on its way.
Talking about their relationship, knowing that the Keeping Up With The Kardashian star is very secretive, it was still not sure if they have come together for real or not. On the other hand, Kim Kardashian's sister has once admitted to freezing her eggs in case she wants a fourth child.
Image source: Instagram/ kourtneykardash
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