Good lord (Disick). Might Kourtney Kardashian be missing her baby daddy?
The reality star appeared to open up, albeit subtly, about her recent break-up on Instagram today, sharing a moving video with her fans.
A video that hints at a possible reconciliation with Scott Disick.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians cast member took to Twitter and shared a link to a 2011 TED talk titled "The Power of Vulnerability."
Hosted by research professor Brené Brown, the clip included quotes such as, "When you ask people about love, they tell you about heartbreak."
Pretty topical for her, no? And also this gem:
"The people who have a strong sense of belonging believe they're worthy of belonging. This is what I have found ..."
"To let ourselves be seen, deeply seen, vulnerably seen. To love with our whole hearts, even though there's no guarantee and that's really hard."
Kardashian and Disick split July after pictures went viral of Disick partying and getting close to another woman, Chloe Bartoli.
Chloe has denied any romantic connection to Disick, but his partying and stories of his alleged womanizing have run rampant for years.
Whatever happened with Bartoli, it was enough to get Scott's ass kicked to the curb for good ... and finally make him learn his lesson?
In recent days, reports claim that Scott is reaching out to Kourtney, with many believing things may not be fully over between the ex-lovers.
They dated for nine years, and are parents to three children, after all, meaning they will always be an integral part of each other's lives.
An insider close to Kourt told People last month that life without Disick, maddening as he is, is a “scary thought for” Kardashian:
“She's figuring it out and taking it as it comes."