Kourtney Kardashian opened up in a recent interview with Paper and talked about how she feels about fame, her current relationship with Scott Disick, and her new project, Poosh. Kourtney, who recently celebrated her 40th birthday with a big party, told Paper she would never in a million years have imagined that her family's reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, was going to become as big as it is today. When the show launched in 2007, Kourtney was overwhelmed with the fame it brought on almost instantly, and she says that she today often thinks about how happy she would be were the cameras to disappear.
The mother of three said she has been imagining where she would move to get away from the limelight, which makes her travel to lots of amazing places, although not finding the right place just yet. Most recently, Kourtney went to check out Finland but concluded that it was great for a visit, but that she would not move there. With her on that wintery trip were Kourtney's children; Mason, Penelope, and Reign, and also her ex-boyfriend and father of her children, Scott Disick. Scott also brought along his girlfriend of two years; Sofia Richie, and it was not the first time the unexpected trio vacationed together.
As reported by Hollywood Life, Kourtney told Paper that her relationship with Scott and Sofia probably is what she is most proud of. Kourtney and Scott broke up four years ago, and have reached a great point where they are co-parenting their three kids and appear to be closer than ever before.
Kourtney and Scott want their kids to have great memories of trips and events where both their parents were present, while at the same time sometimes doing things with just one of them. Kourtney said that although they are not going to go on every single trip together, she is happy that she is invited whenever Scott plans something. Most recently on KUWTK viewers could see Scott tagging along to a family trip to Bali, showing everyone what a devoted father he has become.
Kourtney and Scott are showing how mature they are now in their relationship, and that they always put their kids first. Hopefully, their co-parenting style can be an inspiration to others in the same situation.