Kourtney Kardashian moves on from Younes Bendjima'divide'as she's captured FaceTiming another man

Wearing a blue tank and olive-green skirt, she led along the footpath in a pair of towering Perspex heels while chatting with her buddy and holding Penelope's hand.  

She seemed to turn the phone ever so slightly so passersby got a fantastic glimpse of the phenomena, with her mate -- who also appeared to be out, wearing a cap -- grinning in Kourt's direction. Kourt held the phone up as she walked along (Picture: Backgrid) But can we also please note the Mickey Mouse keyring about the reality star's chain -- this woman likes to keep things real. Kourtney had earlier fronted up for an appearance alongside Kim, 37, in Westfield Century City as images emerged of Younes frolicking on the beach with mates.

 

Kourtney looked anything but glum as she held on her daughter (Picture: X17online.com) The Balmain model seemed very close to model Jordan Ozuma to a beach in Mexico -- nonetheless TMZ claimed it was Kourtney who predicted moment before, so perhaps he was just blowing off steam with a bunch of buddies overseas. Younes appeared more bothered by the separation as he chose to Instagram and composed:'Once again you guys failed.

 

I'm not connected to the"lifetime" so that you can not touch me. 'I know who I am where I'm from and where I'm going and that bothers you.

 

just one opinion thing The one of my Lord. Enjoy an excellent day.' no matter how the Shade Room caught a comment from Kim that allegedly browse:'Nice pics from your"boys excursion".' Kourt and her currently ex-beau started dating back in 2016 when she met with the Givenchy and Balmain model during Paris Fashion Week only days before Kourtney's sister Kim was the goal of a dreadful raid. But rumours of a rift have been rife for months after Bendjima threw major shade at his then-girlfriend on Instagram, submitting a comment on a photograph of Kourtney in a thong bikini which simply read:'Thats what you want to show to get enjoys?' Nevertheless, sources claimed that the remark was just Younes' attempt at humour.

 

Kim Kardashian launches design for children's mental health charity A source told Us Weekly:'It was him attempting to make a joke, and it wasn't perceived well on Instagram. He does not realise that creating a joke may be viewed as something completely different or negative.' If you've got a narrative, pictures or video get in contact with all the Metro.co.uk Entertainment team by emailing us celebtips@metro.co.uk. Calling 020??3615??2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page - we'd love to hear from you.

 

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