Scott Disick’s Passover seder was attended by a “lota kids” who presumably dug into a “lota balls.” His three children — Mason, 13, Penelope, 10, and Reign, 8 — who he shares with ex girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian gathered around the table to celebrate the holiday with their father. The media personality shared photos on his Instagram story, and the kids look so grown up.
“Happy Passover People,” Disick wrote on a photo of bowls of matzah ball soup. “Lota Balls.”
He then shared pictures of his sons, Mason and Reign, wearing yarmulkes, the traditional prayer caps. The photo of Mason is from behind, not showing his face, which is unsurprising given how rarely Mason makes an appearance on his parents’ social media. So what really got us was the forward-facing photo of Mason sitting next to his sister Penelope. In the picture, the two give their dad an unimpressed side eye from across the table, cementing the fact that they are now a tween and teen. Can you believe it?!
ICYMI: The Disick children are no strangers to Jewish holidays. They are being raised Jewish, and in December 2022, Kardashian and Disick came together to celebrate Mason’s Bar Mitzvah. A source told PEOPLE the reception was held at a nightclub in West Hollywood.
Khloé Kardashian shared blurry photos from the special day with her nieces Penelope and North West, who made silly faces for the camera.
“Mazel Tov Mason!!! The girls and I attempted to take some pics,” Khloé captioned the carousel.
Earlier that month, a source told Us Weekly that Disick — who had a tumultuous on and off relationship with Kourtney for years — is not letting any resentment he has regarding Kourtney’s marriage with drummer Travis Barker affect his relationship with his kids.
“Whatever kind of hostility he has with Travis and Kourtney, he sets it aside in front of the kids,” the source said. “All Scott talks about is his kids … He’s always bringing them up in conversation when he’s not physically with them.”
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