Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick Are Sure Acting Like a Couple Again


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Are they officially back together yet? Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick enjoyed yet another family vacation over the weekend, this time to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

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The Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars jetted to the tropical locale with their three children, Mason, 6, Penelope, 4, and Reign, 23 months, and certainly seemed to enjoy each other's company while lounging poolside with their brood.

The couple broke up more than a year ago after his battle with addiction got the better of him. However, they've remained close co-parents since then, frequently vacationing together, as well as just being seen around town, with and without their kiddos.

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This trip could be the beginning of a rekindled romance, however, as a source dished to People magazine that they were "very close and happy" while across the border. The insider also revealed, "Scott set it all up and [it] was a way to try and make things work again with Kourtney. He surprised her and whisked her away on this trip."

Both stars shared the same pic on social media with the same caption, "Views," although Scott's was zoomed in on Kourt's famous rear end. We can't help but think that the move was a coordinated ploy to get us guessing even more at their relationship. 

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A photo posted by Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) on

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No matter how much it looks like they're getting back together, they probably still have a long way to go. Kourtney said in an August episode of KUWTK, "Right now I can't even wrap my head around that idea. There's so much work that would be involved and I'm so not even there yet."

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Romantic or not, we still think it's cool that Kourtney and Scott can come together for their kids. They're really the ones who matter in the end.

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