Her mom Bonnie died in 2013 after a long illness, while her father Jeff died of unknown causes in 2014.
And, Scott Disick, 36, admitted that he was struggling to cope with the loss of both parents within three months of each other, as his children began asking questions about them. .
In Thursday’s episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, the reality star said that when her parents died, “it was too hard to talk about it” when she spoke about their death for the first time.
Candidate: Scott Disick, 36, admitted that he was struggling to cope with the loss of both parents within three months of each other, as his children began to ask questions about them.
Scott Disick, who shares three children with former Kourtney Kardashian, 41, said he had experienced some personal difficulties.
When Kim Kardashian, 39, visited him at home, he admitted that his children had started to ask questions about his late parents, Bonnie and Jeff Disick, and that he had found it difficult to deal with them. .
Bonnie died in 2013 after a long illness, while Jeff died of unknown causes in 2014, and Scott found it difficult to recollect their memories because he had been extremely close to them.
“Losing my parents is not an easy subject for me to discuss, it puts me in a very vulnerable place to remember and think about it,” admitted child Scott alone.
Devastating: mom Bonnie died in 2013 after a long illness, while father Jeff died of unknown causes in 2014 (photographed together in Los Angeles in 2010)
Honest: In Thursday’s episode of KUWTK, the reality star admitted that when his parents died, “it was too hard to talk about it” when he first mentioned their deaths.
As pictures of Scott’s parents attending his bar mitzvah were shown, he called his father’s best friend Dave Hacker and asked him to visit him the next time he was in California.
Dave, whom Scott called “the quintessential false uncle”, finally visited and shared the dinner with the children of Kim, Khloé, Scott and Scott: Reign, five, Penelope, seven and Mason, 10.
He told the group that Scott was “good at everything” when he was a child and “fearless” like his son Reign.
Deceased parents: While Kim was visiting him at home, Scott admitted that his children had recently wondered about his deceased parents, Bonnie and Jeff Disick, and that he had found it difficult to cope with them.
Difficult: “Losing my parents is not an easy subject for me, it puts me in a very vulnerable place,” admitted Scott (photo: Scott with his parents at his bar mitzvah)
He and Scott hadn’t seen each other for “four or five years,” and Dave said it was because his presence was “another reminder” to Scott that his parents were gone.
“It was almost like losing someone in a car accident,” said Dave of the Disicks’ deaths within three months of each other. “We didn’t have a closure. It was hard.’
He helped Scott open huge boxes of family photos that he hadn’t seen in decades.
Family photos: Family friend Dave Hacker went through old family photos with Scott
“I think it was too difficult to talk about when my parents died,” said Scott in a confessional.
He continued: ‘As much as I dreaded looking through some of these old photos, because I thought it was going to bring back sad memories… the truth is, it made so many amazing memories and things that I have forgotten.
“I think the more I talk about my parents, the more my children remember them and feel connected to them.”
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Family affair: Scott showed pictures of him as a boy to his children