Scott Disick suits up in a black tracksuit as he goes jewelry shopping with his son Reign and assistant Lindsay Diamond in Beverly Hills
Scott Disick made some high-end purchases on Thursday when he visited a jewelry store with his son Reign.
The 38-year-old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was spotted dropping by Bazaar Chic in Beverly Hills with his seven-year-old son and his assistant Lindsay Diamond.
Despite being surrounded by luxurious merchandise, Scott contrasted his high-end settings with a low-key tracksuit.
Pricy shopping: Scott Disick, 38, was spotted Thursday as he visited the jewelry store Bazaar Chic in Beverly Hills with his seven-year-old son and his assistant Lindsay Diamond
He had on a hooded black New Balance jacket with matching track pants and black trainers.
The Talentless founder sported his standard sported a thick brown beard, and he covered up with a plain black trucker cap and chunky sunglasses.
Reign looked cool in a black motorcycle T-shirt and a black New York Yankees baseball cap with camouflage pants.
The duo were also joined by Scott's assistant Lindsay Diamond, who was also dressed for a relaxed day with a white sweatshirt, acid wash jeans that were blown out at the knees and powder blue–and–white Nikes.
Father and son: Scott wore a black New Balance hooded jacket and track pants, while Reign wore a black motorcycle T-shirt with camouflage pants and a black New York Yankees cap
No fuss: Scott's assistant Lindsay Diamond rocked a white sweatshirt, acid wash jeans that were blown out at the knees and powder blue–and–white Nikes
It wasn't clear what kind of purchases Scott was looking to make, and he didn't post about his outing on social media.
Seemingly skipping the trip to the jewelry store were Scott's two older children — 12-year-old Mason and nine-year-old Penelope. He shares all three kids with his former partner Kourtney Kardashian.
Scott has reportedly been having a tough time coping with the 42-year-old reality star's whirlwind romance with Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker, whom she got engaged to at a beach in Montecito, California, in October.
Sources close to him told Us Weekly that he was 'furious' and 'very jealous' after he got news of the engagement, while a second person said he hoped the lovebirds might 'call things off before the wedding.'
But last month, a source said that Kourtney's ex was trying to be more mature for the children.
'Whatever kind of hostility he has with Travis and Kourtney, he sets it aside in front of the kids,' they claimed.
For the kids: Scott has reportedly had a tough time processing his ex Kourtney Kardashian's engagement to Travis Barker, but a source told Us Weekly last month that 'Whatever kind of hostility he has with Travis and Kourtney, he sets it aside in front of the kids'
His awkward interactions with his ex have lately extended to her younger sister Kim Kardashian.
After the shapewear mogul enjoyed a trip to the Bahamas with her boyfriend Pete Davidson, Scott couldn't help but make a rude sexual comment about the Saturday Night Live star.
'Damn!' he exclaimed in the comments of a stunning bikini photo Kim posted earlier in January from her trip.
'Where's the tripod!' he added, presumably referring to Pete's manhood. Although the comment caused a stir among her fans in the comment, she didn't bother to publicly respond.
Last month, Scott was seen on vacation in St. Barts with the model Bella Banos, 25, who reportedly caused a sensation on Keeping Up With The Kardashians four years earlier when he snuck her into his hotel room on a trip with the whole family after his split from Kourtney.
Naughty: His awkward interactions with his ex have lately extended to her younger sister Kim Kardashian, who shared a sizzling bikini selfie earlier in January from her trip to the Bahamas with beau Pete Davidson
Risqué: Scott created a frenzy in the comments by writing, 'Where's the tripod,' referencing Pete's supposed anatomy
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