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Kourtney Kardashian is on the search for new digs

07 September 2015, 09:03

Los Angeles - Kourtney Kardashian is house-hunting for a new bachelorette pad.

The 36-year-old star, who split from Scott Disick in July after nine years together, believes buying a new home will help give her and their three children, Mason, five, Penelope, three, and Reign, eight months, a fresh start.

A source told US' OK! magazine: "Up until now, everyone thought Scott was going to slowly worm his way back into her life, but this is the first real signs she's determined to get on with her life without him. She's just sick of seeing mementos of Scott everywhere she looks, and she's ready to make some new memories in a new house."

The former couple, who split after Scott was photographed with an ex-girlfriend in the South of France, only moved into a $10.5 million mansion in Calabasas, California in January 2014.

But the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' beauty has no plans to leave the neighbourhood as her sisters Khloé, 30, and Kylie, 18, live down the street.

A source previously claimed Kourtney was thinking about giving Scott, 32, another chance, saying: "Kourtney sees how hard he's trying and she's softening a little. Scott is desperately trying to rebuild some trust with Kourtney but he has a long uphill battle ahead of him.

"She is still very guarded though and doesn't want to get hurt by Scott again." 

- BangShowBiz


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