He also denied claims he's presently in a new relationship.
Speaking during a phone interview with Kyle Sandilands and Jackie Henderson, the embattled father-of-three explained,
"She's like my best friend, I'll love her to the day I die. I don’t think anything is ever simple I’m not the first person in the world that has gotten separated from their significant other. We’re just trying to make the best of it and life goes on. Things aren't easy but things are going very well. I'm just happy that we are able to be on good terms."
When asked if he thought that he might get back together with Kourtney, Scott said: "I never thought a lot of things were going to happen in my life the way that they did. I’m don’t really rule anything out. I have no plans in my mind of what’s going to happen. If things are meant to be maybe they will be. I really don’t know yes or know.
I’m normal. There were things we both needed to work on as of right now we’re in a good place, I don’t think either of us want more than where we’re at."
He also denied claims he's presently in a new relationship and when questioned about being pictured with an unidentified female he said:
"It’s unfortunate you can’t have friends in this day and age."
The former couple were seen on a Snapchat video of themselves, goofing around with swapped faces yesterday, March 17, 2016.
Hours after joining Snapchat, Kourtney shared the video with Scott, but had been quick to squash any hopes of a reconciliation between themselves.
Kourtney clarified their relationship as well as assuaging her fans curiosity, saying:
"By the way, everyone relax, We have three kids together. We spend time together."
Scott had been quick to concur, adding:
"Oh my god. Shut up!"
The couple seem to be in a very good place right now, what with Scott allegedly dating a 20-yr-old Kendall Jenner look alike in what seems pretty serious and Kourtney seen out on a date with Quincy Brown.
Watch Kourtney on Ellen DeGeneres show below: