Since breaking up with baby daddy Scott Disick, 35, in 2015, Kourtney Kardashian has had a few rumored relationships but has made no concerted effort to settle down. Despite an on-again, off-again two-year liaison with Algerian model Younes Bendjima, 25, the two never seemed to take their relationship to the next level.
Last fall, Kourtney, 39, was linked to Luka Sabbat, 21. Sabbat, a New York influencer and model, wasn’t in the picture long before it was rumored that she was flirting with John Mayer at a party last month, though as of the new year, Kourtney seems to be flying solo.
This weekend, Kourtney posted a clip from the 1999 film Notting Hill on her Instagram Story in which Julia Roberts says to Hugh Grant, “Don’t forget I’m just a girl, standing in front of a boy, asking him to love her.” Kourtney captioned the clip, "I want to be in love," along with a crying emoji.
While Kourtney and Scott were together for nine years, there is little chance that she will reunite with her ex. Scott is currently dating Sofia Richie, and the couple has even gone on vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and to Aspen, Colorado, with Kourtney and their children Mason, Penelope and Reign.
When asked earlier this month on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen what she would say if Scott proposed to Sofia, she simply smiled and said, “Congratulations.” The good relationship between the exes seems to have as much to do with providing some stability in their kids’ lives as it does with enjoying each other’s company.
Although Kourtney seems to have been unlucky in love, she has been successful in business. With a net worth of approximately $35 million, the oldest of the Kardashian sisters is a spokesperson for the diet supplement Quick Trim, along with Khloé and Kim.
Kourtney also represents PerfectSkin, a skincare line developed by Dr. Ron DiSalvo for Perfect Science Labs and has launched a 32-piece fashion line as part of a collaboration with PrettyLittleThing that was reportedly inspired by Studio 54, the Golden Age of Hollywood and the 1970s. In addition, Kourtney’s endorsements on social media earn her an estimated $75,000 to $300,000 per post. While she looks for love, her robust bank account should keep her warm at night.