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Scott Disick ‘To Give Up Drinking Until Baby Is Born’

Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Scott Disick, 31, is rumoured to have given up drinking until his third child with partner Kourtney Kardashain, 35, is born.

Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Scott Disick, 31, is rumoured to have given up drinking until his third child with partner Kourtney Kardashain, 35, is born.

The revelation comes as the partying reality star, who has had a troubled history with alcohol, was hospitalised with alcohol poisoning after a particularly drunken night at 1Oak nightclub in Southhampton, New York.

It’s not the first time Scott has made the headlines for his heavy drinking, which has led to partner Kourtney throwing him out of their shared home for being a 'bad role model' for their children.

READ: KOURTNEY KARDASHIAN REVEALS SURPRISE THIRD PREGNANCY ON KEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS

The latest incident, whilst filming for Hamptons spin off KUWTK special, appears to have the last straw for Kourtney.

‘He stopped drinking cold turkey — and promised he won't drink again until after Kourtney gives birth,' US Weekly reported.

‘Scott knew he had hit rock bottom, they added.

READ: KOURTNEY: 'MASON AND PENELOPE STILL SLEEP IN MY BED'

Kourtney revealed her third pregnancy on KUWTK in June, much to Scott’s surprise. The couple are already parents to Mason, four, and daughter Penelope AGE.
 
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