Kourt says she's "most proud of" her healthy relationship with her ex and his new GF.
It's Kourtney Kardashian's turn to stun in Paper Magazine and while her photos may not Break the Internet quite like sister Kim Kardashian's fully nude pictorial, the reality TV star looks gorgeous in the retro-themed shoot.
The 40-year-old mama covers the publication's latest issue, alongside an article mainly focused on her new business venture, her lifestyle website Poosh. Though the site is the main topic of conversation, Kardashian did also spill a little about her relationship with ex Scott Disick and his current girlfriend, Sofia Richie, however.
Kourt and Scott's story has been a roller coaster of a ride, with its high highs and very low lows. The two share three kids together and have finally come to a place where they can coparent peacefully. While they've had rocky moments, Kourtney told Paper that she considers her relationship with Disick and Richie, 20, the "thing I'm most proud of" right now in her life.
The trio even recently went on vacation together, with all their kids, for a family getaway. "I don't think we'll go on every trip together, but I love that I'm invited," added Kourt.
Speaking with the magazine, Kourtney also addressed the surprising longevity of "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," which went on the air back in 2007 and is currently in its 15th season.
Reflecting on the show's humble beginnings, Kardashian said, "I just didn't really think about it. I never thought it was going to become this thing, but everything just happened so quickly from when we shot the sizzle reel or whatever. It got green lit straight away."
With the show came a huge platform, one her sisters have used to launch massive beauty and clothing brands. She said the pressure was there for her to follow suit, but she's glad she waited for now to launch Poosh.
"I'm happy that I didn't let them push me into what was the right timing for them," she explained. "Maybe a couple years back, I almost started a couple different things because I felt like everyone was pushing me," added Kourt, saying the project would have been "something with interiors" that didn't pan out.
"I feel like this is my thing," she said of her latest venture. "And I'm happy."
"I feel different. There's something all day that I'm doing," she added. "It doesn't leave my mind. Having a conference call this morning, on the way here, it was exciting for me. Having something to keep my brain going. I do feel like that was missing before."