Scott Disick's mother, Bonnie Disick, died suddenly in New York last week leaving the reality TV star devastated.
Scott Disick's mother, Bonnie Disick, has died.
The reality TV star, who has two children, Mason, three, and Penelope, 16-months, with his long-term girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian, is reportedly devastated after his mother, 63, passed away on October 28 after a long illness, and attended a small funeral in New York on October 30.
A source told gossip website RadarOnline.com: ''Scott was very close to his mother.''
The 30-year-old star, who is an only child, attended the private wake with Kourtney, 34, in Eastport, Long Island.
The source said: ''It was a small affair. There was just a handful of people. No other Kardashians beyond Kourtney attended. But the entire family is saddened with the news of Bonnie's passing. They loved her so much.''
Scott, who has not commented on his mother's death, previously opened up about his fear of people dying on series of 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' after meeting a woman, Josie, with cancer.
He said: ''You know I'm not good about talking about death, I don't know that I want to be around someone who is dying.''
Kourtney helped him to confront his fear and he later said: ''Seeing Josie confront her illness really made me think about my dad - who suffers from diabetes and needs a heart replacement - I really don't talk about it because its so hard for me.''
Bonnie and her husband, Jeff Disick, made an appearance on the E! spin-off show 'Kourtney & Kim Take New York' in 2011.
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