Kourtney Kardashian Seen Hugging Her Ex Scott Disick as They Shop for His New Home

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Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick appeared to be amicable exes during a shopping trip on Tuesday.
A source tells ET that the 36-year-old reality star and her mother, Kris Jenner, were helping Scott shop for his new bachelor pad at a Williams Sonoma in Calabasas, California. Keeping Up With the Kardashians cameras were rolling as the former couple was spotted in a friendly embrace.
"The two were very hands on and super sweet to each other," an eyewitness tells ET. "They looked relaxed and happy. They were chatty and touching each other, walking around the store with their arms around one another."
While Kourtney and Scott's PDA might lead to reconciliation rumors, ET's source insists that the two are "not getting back together."
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"Arms around each other and embracing are not abnormal for them," the source says. "And if she was actually considering getting back together with him, she would definitely handle it more privately."
Scott's new residence is about five minutes from his ex and their three children, Mason,6, Penelope, 3, and Reign, 12 months.
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A source close to Scott confirmed to ET in early January that the 32-year-old businessman purchased a $5.96 million mansion in the Hidden Hills neighborhood, which is also right around the corner from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's residence and just a few blocks from where Kris lives.
According to the source, Scott purchased the brand new bachelor pad at the end of 2015 after searching for "the perfect" place to live for about two months. The seven-bedroom, seven-bath home also features a pool, spa, wine cellar, Cape Cod-style architecture, a separate guest suite and head-on city views.
Kourtney called it quits with Scott in July, and asked him to move out. "As much as we've tried so many different things, it's just, this is the last resort," Kourtney said in an episode of KUWTK. "It's really not helping anybody to keep living this way, and I feel like this is what we need to try to hopefully better both of our lives."