“Of course it’s awkward for Scott,” an insider pointed out of the Talentless founder's feelings about filming The Kardashians with the newlyweds. “He doesn’t take the time to watch the full episodes and why should he? He doesn’t need to."
"That’s the last thing he wants to do — relive the awkward moments of him, Travis and Kourtney. He lived through it already,” continued the source to Us Weekly. “He showed up and gave the cameras what they wanted, and at the end of the day, he’s getting a nice paycheck.”
Despite making a pretty penny from the hit Hulu series, Disick is having a hard time being surrounded by his ex and her new husband, who are seen in The Kardashians being overly affectionate to each other while in front of the reality star crew. “He turns away any time he’s around them and they’re making out,” the source told the publication.
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Kardashian and Barker — who legally wed on Sunday, May 15, less than one month after saying "I Do" in Sin City sans a marriage license — take every opportunity possible to lock lips, whether it be on the red carpet, at awards shows or on social media, and, according to the source, Disick finds the PDA overload to be over the top while he's in the room.
“It’s embarrassing," declared the source, "and Travis and Kourtney act like no one’s in the room whenever they’re together. Scott’s all about PDA but would never put any of his exes in such an awkward position.”
Nevertheless, Disick, Kardashian and Barker being in the "same room together is not a bad thing," as the Poosh founder explained in the Thursday, May 12, episode of the series: "It is a great first step for everyone and we will take time to figure out what makes sense.”
And while the father-of-three — who shares sons Mason, 12, and Reign, 7, and daughter Penelope, 9, with the reality star — "has been trying to be respectful of Kourtney and Travis and let them have their moment," after they tied the knot in a private courthouse ceremony in Santa Barbara, Calif., he "feels like he's a bit out of the loop with everything going on with them," a source told Entertainment Tonight.
It's unclear if Scott will be copping an invite to the couple's third wedding, which is set to take place in the near future in Italy.