Bonjour! Kourtney Kardashian better start brushing up on her French — because the reality star is ready to move in with her boyfriend Younes Bendjima. Kourtney's model beau was spotted on a solo flight from LA to Paris recently, but he suspiciously packed way more than usual.
"When he got off the plane," an eyewitness told Life & Style, "he picked up three extra-large suitcases, plus a duffel bag from baggage claim. His friend met him at the airport to help with all his baggage, and they were talking about apartment hunting." Kourtney has been dating Younes for a little more than a year now, and the couple is ready to own property together in the City of Lights.
But don't worry! Kourt, who is mom to Mason, 8, Penelope, 5, and three-year-old Reign, has no plans to leave Calabasas for good. "Kourtney and Younes want to buy their own love nest in Paris — the city where they first met – for romantic getaways," the source explained. "She loves the shopping, the nightlife, the attitude. And Younes grew up there. He still has family there and she wants to be more a part of his family, just as he has become a part of hers."
One person we know won't be too excited about Kourtney, 39, spending more time in one of the romance capitals of the world with her 25-year-old smokeshow is her ex and baby daddy Scott Disick. A source previously told Life & Style that Scott was doing everything to keep Kourtney and Younes apart. "Scott will do anything to sabotage Kourtney’s relationship, including showing up wherever Kourtney and Younes are hanging out together," the insider said. "He’s also been asking around, trying to get some dirt on Younes so he can bring it back to Kourt and persuade her to dump him."
On a recent episode of KUWTK, Kourtney revealed to sister Khloé Kardashian that Scott still calls her in the middle of the night — despite his relationship with 19-year-old beauty Sofia Richie. "He was just ranting," Kourtney said on the show. "He was like, 'What are we doing in life? What are you doing? What am I doing?' And he’ll go, 'But what are you doing?' But then he’ll say, 'But what are you doing? Is it any better?'"
She continued, "By the end of the conversation, I just was like, 'I have a boyfriend… It’s not the craziest thing that’s ever happened in the world!' And he was like, 'He’s your boyfriend?!' And then he hung up the phone."