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Earlier this week, Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick sent hearts racing by deciding to give their relationship another go.

But while sources claimed Kourtney was determined to take things slow, updated reports suggest that the pair are back living together and that Ms Kardashian is already planning to expand their brood.

According to a Us source, 33-year-old Scott has been staying at Kourtney’s house for the last few weeks and so far his other half has been impressed by his behaviour.

“He has really cleaned up his act and been well behaved,” they said.  “Kourtney is always sceptical about how long it will last, but she has been encouraged to see how much he has been trying.”

A source told PEOPLE that the 37-year-old fitness fanatic “seems very happy” to be back in the arms of the Lord.  A second insider added that the star “definitely wants four kids”.

Kourtney and Scott famously split in July 2015 after nine years together. 

Scott’s party lifestyle and close relationship with ex-girlfriend Chloe Baroli are believed to have contributed to their breakup.  

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First of all, reports came out today that Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are re-engaged, after she was spotted wearing her engagement ring he gave her back in 2012. 

And now, it seems that the gorgeous pair are moving in together. 

The singer turned up  at Liam's house over the weekend with a U-Haul self-mover truck, packing all of her belongings. 

Rumours that the pair were back together sparked over Christmas as Miley spent the holidays with Liam and his family in Australia.

And then the rumour mill went into overdrive yesterday when she was seen with her ring back on. She even posted a close-up of it today, while wearing a weird green and pink outfit.

Ooh, we hope we see a Miley and Liam wedding soon. Imagine how crazy it would be?!



Moving in together as a couple is a massive step and it takes a fair amount of adjustment and compromise to get it right. Even if you've both lived out of home before, this is a whole new ball game.

While you might have held back with other roommates, moving in with someone you love is always going to lead to a few arguments. You're in love with him – and yet his refusal to take the bins out ENRAGES you. It's never easy!

Here are a few things you two are bound to learn when you shack up together…

1. Personal space is a thing of the past
Bye, bye boundaries.

2. Peeing with the door open becomes the norm
Well, how else would he know you're in there?

3. It is now impossible to ever leave the couch
TV, cushions, tea and cuddles. Could there be anything cosier?

4. That first joint grocery shop is TENSE (and very expensive)
"You actually plan on eating 8 frozen pizzas this week? ARE YOU MAD?"

5. You can't go to sleep angry
Not because all the experts say you shouldn't, but because it's impossible to lie next to another angry person without one of you re-starting the argument.

6. You will have your worst rows over the silliest things
"You've been sitting on the remote control this entire time? Get OUT of my sight."

7. "Clean" has very different meanings for you both
Soaking that saucepan for three days does not mean you don't actually have to wash it, buddy.

8. When your other half isn't there, you miss them more than you could have ever thought possible
Where's my Thunder Buddy?



If you’re in a steady relationship, you’ve probably considered the possibility of moving in together. You might think it’s a great idea, or the thought might scare the bejeezus out of you.

Whatever your feelings, living together is not a step to enter into lightly… but it could be the best thing the two of you ever do.

Here are some glaring neon signs that you and your other half are ready to make the move!

1. All your stuff is at his place anyway
Clothes, toothbrush, phone charger… they all have a rightful place on his bedroom floor. On the odd night that you do end up sleeping at your own house, you spend hours searching for something, anything, to wear to work tomorrow. Does anyone have a spare bra?!

2. You haven’t seen your housemates in weeks
You make a quick dash home after work to grab some essentials but aside from that you and your roomies are like trains in the night. You’re really just paying rent for a place to store things, if we’re being honest. Or, if he spends most of his time at your place, the same is true for him. The invisible housemate strikes again!

3. The two of you have your special TV shows
God forbid you’d watch an episode of Game of Thrones when he’s not around – the show is only to be viewed when the two of you are cuddled up on the couch together. No exceptions!

4. You don’t share a house (yet) but you do share other things
Be it a combined food shop at Tesco, a Nespresso machine that was “his” Christmas present from you, or even a joint bank account, the fact that you’re sharing other parts of your life means the two of you would probably transition very smoothly into sharing rent, bills, laundry and other boring household things. Even if you still refuse to share your chocolate with him…

5. You’ve had a BIG argument…and survived
All couples argue. Trust us. Even the ones who say they don’t… they do. We promise. And if you haven’t had a bust-up yet, you can be certain it’ll happen when you move in together! 

If the two of you have had a big argument and have come out the other end stronger as a result, you know you’ve got what it takes to live in close quarters.

6. You happily slob around in your pyjamas with no make-up on
We agree that all relationships need an element of mystery, but there comes a time when you can let your guard down a bit! When you feel okay about waking up hungover beside him without making a dash for your make-up bag, or when you’ll gladly throw on tracksuit bottoms and fluffy socks in his presence, you know you’re onto something special.

7. The two of you know when to give each other space
It’s easy to get some time apart when you each have separate apartments to go home to, but things become a little more complicated when you’re sharing a one-bed flat.

Knowing when to take some time out from each other is key – whether that means having your own space within your new home, or giving him the living room for the night so he can have the lads over. As long as the two of you are mindful of each other’s needs, moving in together will be a breeze.



Living together means spending A LOT of time with your other half. This time is usually used for relaxing but sometimes you need to put away the dressing gown and slip into something, sigh, less comfortable.

You won’t regret it though! Use these tips to keep your relationship from getting into a rut.

1. Date night
This should be spent away from the home. Go to the cinema, a romantic evening walk or a dinner. It doesn’t have to be fancy, McDonald’s will do. The important thing is to get out of the house together.

2. Communication
If there is an issue, talk about it! Holding it in will only put distance between you and manifest in unhealthy ways like screaming matches!

3. Small surprises
Make his favourite dinner or clean the bathroom. We know, gross. The sacrifices we make for love!

4. Sacred Sundays
Use Sundays to properly catch up with each other. Lie in, talk, make a nice breakfast, there are countless ways to spend a nice day together.

5. A sexy surprise
Summer isn’t here yet so we are still snuggled in our fluffy dressing gowns but sometimes you need to shave the legs, wax and slip into something a bit sexier. We think he’ll prefer this to any dinner you could cook!