Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian step out for first time since split

While Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick may have split earlier this month, the co-parents to Mason, 5, Penelope, 3 and baby Reign have reunited for the sake of a family lunch with their children. The duo met up for lunch at the Beverly Hills hotel with Mason and Penelope in tow, where reports say they ‘acted cordial.’ “They were mostly focused on the kids,” an eyewitness tells People. “Scott looked very happy to see the kids.”

The couple arrived and left in separate cars; after the brief family meeting, Kourtney dropped Penelope off for a visit with her dad at his nearby home.

scott-kourtney-Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick – seen in 2013 – have reunited for the first time since reports suggested they have split

Just one day earlier, Scott was seen spending some quality father and son time with Mason, shopping for toys together at Barnes & Noble in Calabasas followed by food at Rosti Tuscan Kitchen.

Reality star Kourtney reportedly called time on their nine year romance at the start of July after photographs emerged on Scott getting close to Chloe Bartoli on a Monte Carlo beach.

Chloe – who dated Scott before he settled down with Kourtney – has since claimed that the pictures are “misleading”. “ Chloe is adamant that nothing happened between her and Scott in Europe,” a source told E! News. “She’s telling friends there is no way, that he’s like a brother to her.”

But it seems the writing could be on the wall for Kourtney and Scott. The 36-year-old has reportedly been seeking counsel from top Hollywood divorce attorney Laura Wasser, who assisted her sisters Kim and Khloe in their divorces. While Kourtney and Scott never married, the mother-of-three is “going full steam ahead with figuring out a (custody) agreement,” a source told Us Weekly.

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