Kardashian Fans Think Penelope Looks Just Like Scott Disick

The Kardashian family has been in the spotlight for a long time. Though it’s been more than a decade since they burst onto the scene, fans still have a lot to say about the clan. One of the most controversial members of the Kardashian family is Scott Disick — Kourtney Kardashian’s ex-partner and the father of her three children. Even though Disick and Kardashian are no longer together, their relationship and family dynamic are at the heart of many of the headlines about the famous group. Recently, some fans took to Reddit to discuss Disick and Kardashian’s middle child, their daughter Penelope, discussing why they think the child looks just like her father.

What did fans say about Penelope Disick looking like her father, Scott Disick?

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Kourtney Kardashian, Penelope Disick and Scott Disick are seen on August 1, 2013 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by JB Lacroix/WireImage)

Fans have seen Disick’s children grow up on camera. First on the family’s original reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, and then on the new Hulu show, The Kardashians. It’s no wonder that viewers have a lot of thoughts about how the children are evolving and changing. In a recent Reddit thread, fans dished on Penelope Disick. “She looks just like Scott!” one fan wrote in response to an Instagram photo shared by Disick featuring his only daughter.

“There was a recent pic of P and Kourt together on a jet and it was the first time I thought they looked alike… I think it may have been the face shape/jaw. But totally, the eyes, brows, mouth, etc. all super similar to Scott. They’re adorable!” another fan wrote. “So sweet. I was watching episodes of kuwtk the other day when Kourtney and Scott were trying to get pregnant again and now she’s like 9 :’)” a longtime follower of the family reminisced.

Fans have a lot to say about Scott Disick and Kourtney Kardashian’s family

In the same Reddit thread, fans talked about Disick and Kardashian’s other children: Mason, born in 2009, and Reign, born in 2014. “All his kids definitely favor him look wise,” one poster noted. “Though when Mason was a baby he did look like all the Armenian kids in my family! So cute.” Others agreed Mason Disick, who prefers to stay mostly out of the spotlight, resembles Disick a great deal.

“Mason somehow looks super armenian and super similar to scott,” one fan said. There’s no doubt that Disick and Kardashian’s family has been the central focus of many plotlines on Keeping Up with the Kardashians. Mason’s birth was one of the first real iconic moments on the groundbreaking reality show, with fans worldwide watching as Kardashian delivered her firstborn child. These days, Disick and Kardashian are no longer a couple. But they maintain a close co-parenting relationship for the sake of their kids.

Disick and Kardashian dished on their co-parenting relationship

Since their breakup, Kardashian and Disick have tried to keep things civil, even though it hasn’t always been easy. In an interview for her lifestyle website, Poosh, Kardashian interviewed Disick about how they maintain a good relationship. “It’s not like the easiest thing for us, but the fact that we’ve tried and we made it work, makes life that much better,” Disick noted. Kardashian agreed, saying, “I do think we are very lucky to be doing it this way and we can, if we have an issue or something that, you know, one of the kids is going through, we can deal with it together.”

Indeed, even as Kardashian has embarked on a new relationship with her now-husband Travis Barker, Disick has been there every step of the way, spending time with their three kids and working on his own ventures. Recently, as Page Six reported, Disick spent one-on-one time with the three youngsters following Kardashian and Barker’s wedding. “My little girl is getting so big I can’t take it,” Disick captioned a sweet Instagram snapshot of Penelope.

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