On Monday night the Kardashian family took a moment out of their hectic schedules to honor the late Robert Kardashian -- the father of Kourtney, Kim, Khloe and Rob Kardashian. The reality TV stars had a family dinner at momager Kris Jenner's home on what would have been the attorney's 72nd birthday. But the evening was special in more ways than one.
Kourtney also reunited with her ex Scott Disick, who attended the family affair. His presence was documented in a Snapchat video from Kylie Jenner. The clip showed Disick walking up to the dinner table to sit next to Kourtney and their three kids.
Following the dinner, Kourtney tweeted that it had been a "blessed and magical night," along with a heart emoji, prayer hands, and a red rose.
Blessed and magical night.❤️ 🙏🏼🌹— Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) February 23, 2016
Scott did not acknowledge the event on social media, instead posting an Instagram photo with pal (and Kylie's boyfriend) Tyga getting onto a private plane with the caption, "What more can I say."
Hostess Kris posted a photo of her empty table on Twitter, writing, "You know it's been a good night when you've finished family dinner & realize Elsa's sister Anna left her hair behind." The momager was making reference to Scott and Kourtney's daughter, Penelope, who dressed as the Frozen princess.
The rest of the family also honored Robert on social media, posting throwback photos with him. The patriarch passed away in 2003 after a battle with cancer. He's recently been back in the news as David Schwimmer portrays him in The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story on FX.
Apart from the family events, Kourtney and Disick have been spending more time together since their split in July. Earlier this month, they were spotted shopping for furniture for the father of three's new bachelor pad.
"The two were very hands on and super sweet to each other," an eyewitness told ET at the time. "They looked relaxed and happy. They were chatty and touching each other, walking around the store with their arms around one another."