Scott Disick and Sofia Richie 'split for good' after on and off relationship

Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have reportedly split and this time it seems to be for good.

The couple have had an on and off relationship, splitting in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic and then reuniting, but they appear to have called it quits.

According to TMZ, the pair’s age difference and Scott’s ‘family commitments’ were factors in the split.

Sofia, 21, and Scott, 37, broke up back in May after three years together following the dad-of-three’s stint in rehab.

Addressing his split from Sofia sources told E! Online: ‘There wasn’t a fight or anything bad that happened between them. Sofia simply wants to do her own thing whilst Scott takes care of his health.

‘Sofia thinks Scott has a lot on his plate right now and thinks it’s best for them to be apart so he can focus on himself. She is looking out for him and his best interest and it was primarily her decision for them to split.’

However, they were thought to have been texting following the split, before reuniting.

At the time, a source told Us Weekly: ‘Scott and Sofia’s breakup is definitely a real breakup, but they have been staying in touch and texting since they split. 

‘Their friends think that there is a big chance they could get back together at some point.’

Meanwhile, Scott has been spending time with his ex, Kourtney Kardashian, who he shares kids Mason, Penelope, and Reign with.

After being spotted going for lunch with her, Scott also left a cheeky comment on a snap of the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star in a swimsuit.

Kourtney famously ended her on-off romance with Scott after nine years, after photos emerged showing him cuddling stylist Chloé Bartoli in Monte Carlo in 2015.

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Scott and Sofia for comment.

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