The 37-year-old says she knows what if feels like to be having your first baby and people not being supportive.
Kourtney Kardashian has said she can empathise with brother Rob over his romance with pregnant fiancée Blac Chyna. In a clip from Sunday’s ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’, Kourtney shows remorse after a heated argument with her brother and says she understands what he’s going through.
Kourtney Kardashian says she can sympathise with brother Rob
On Sunday’s episode Kourtney and Rob have a fight, after she sees his fiancée's Chymoji of a girl getting slapped and thinks it looks like sister Kylie. Later on, sister Kim tries to make peace in the family and goes to speak with Kourtney.
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"I haven't really talked to him since we got into that fight when I yelled at him," Kourtney tells Kim ."I cannot believe you haven't talked to him since then and I cannot believe he hasn't cared enough to call you," Kim responds.
"I feel like this is so ridiculous and I think we all just need to get over it. You know?" Kourtney then admits she can sympathise with Rob, as the rest of her family weren't supportive of her relationship with Scott Disick at first.
"I know what it's like to be having your first baby and people aren't supportive," Kourtney says. "It took years for people to like Scott [Disick]." Speaking to the cameras, Kourtney then admits her sister Kim is right.
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“I think Kim is right," Kourtney says. "I mean, I should have asked Rob what was going on instead of getting so angry and assume that certain things were true. I just want to hear what Rob says. I'm hoping that he wants to make it a peaceful situation as well."
'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' airs Sundays at 9 p.m on E! in the US.