Boys’ day: Mason Disick is adorably happy to be hanging with dad Scott


He lay low in Las Vegas, then had a four-week stint in rehab, but Scott Disick is now back in Calabasas – and he's carrying out his fatherly duties again.

Since his split from Kourtney Kardashian in July, Scott's contact with his three young kids has been relatively limited, especially over the last month as he dried out in a Malibu rehab facility.

But just yesterday Scott finally got to spend some quality time with his eldest child, five-year-old Mason, taking him out for a "boys' trip" in California.

The party boy dad posted a snap of himself and Mason – who looked chuffed to be in his dad's presence – sitting in a private jet with matching crossed-arm poses.


Boys trip #killingit

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Rather than taking a cross-country trip though, it appeared the pair were actually hunting for a new jet together.




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"Shopping," Scott captioned his next photo, showing himself and Mason standing in front of a sign for Gulfstream, a well-known business jet manufacturer.

After leaving his drug and alcohol treatment programme last week, Scott reportedly spent a night at Kourtney's Calabasas home looking after Mason, Penelope and baby Reign, while Kourt went to visit friends.

The couple's children might be too young to fully understand the situation between their parents, but a recent episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians showed that Mason was certainly aware something was awry.

Speaking to Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian recalled a conversation with her young nephew in which he asked, "'Is [my dad] ever coming home? Is he gone for the whole wide world?"

We're glad to see Scott's making time for his kids now that things have simmmered down a bit.

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