Pregnant Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick Split Speculation, Scott Does Not Want Third Baby, Reports

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By Sonalee singh | June 10, 2014 6:13 PM EST

Kourtney Kardashian has recently spilled the beans about her new pregnancy. The reality star recently confessed on the new season of "Keeping up with the Kardashians" that she is pregnant. In the first episode Kardashian could be seen telling Scott Disick "'I'm pregnant', and him responding, 'What? Holy ****!"

Kourtney also revealed on the show that the pregnancy was not planned but mother Kris Jenner is happy to know that a new baby is coming to the family. However, Scott Discik is not happy with the baby news, reported Celebrity Laundry.

Much before Kourtney broke pregnancy news on "KUWTK," Kim had tweeted on her official Twitter account saying, "Kourtney will also be addressing pregnancy rumours this Sunday on our premiere!" adding "So be sure to tune in! #keepingupwiththeKardashians."

The Web site has further reported that Scott has been doing a lot of partying and drinking and with the third baby on the way he could break-up with Kourtney.  Last year, speculations were rife that Scott is planning to separate from Kourtney, but the couple sailed through rough waters and are still very much together. There is no confirmation to the reports that Scott is unhappy with the news of a third baby.

However, the reports suggest that with no wedding on the way the couple may fall apart, said Celebrity Laundry.

Kardashian and Disick have been together for seven years and they have already had two kids, son Mason, 4, and daughter Penelope, 23 months. The new child according to US Weekly reports will be born in December.

"They don't know the gender yet," a source told the Web site of the parents-to-be. "They just want the baby to be healthy."

"Keeping up with the Kardashians"  new season will also chronicle Khloe Kardashian's divorce with Lamar Odom.

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