Reality star bad boy Scott Disick is on a path to redemption — and maybe even love along the way.
The father of three admitted in a sneak peak for “I am Cait” that he is still reeling from his role in the demise of his nine-year relationship with baby mama Kourtney Kardashian.
“It’s tough, I’ve made a lot decision that weren’t great,” Disick recalled. “I’ve gone through things that have hurt me a ton.”
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In a preview for Sunday’s upcoming episode, the 32-year-old chatted with Caitlyn Jenner’s friend, Jennifer Boylan, who asked Disick about “winning back” Kardashian.
“I don’t know. I have absolutely no control over everybody and anybody else other than myself,” he explained.
“All I can do is just stay on the right path and if things fall into place and they’re meant to be, I believe that they will be,” he added, acknowledging a reunion is in his hands if he can behave.
The couple, who never married, split last July after a tumultuous romance which ended with Disick cuddling up to his ex, Chloe Bartoli.
The self-proclaimed Lord checked into rehab soon after getting the boot from his longtime love but eventually returned to his partying ways.
He has since been linked to a Kendall Jenner look-a-like model, while Kardashian has gained cougar status with rumors of a Justin Bieber hook-up.
The reality star appears on this weekend’s “I am Cait.”
Despite the drama, the exes have remained on friendly terms with Disick joining the klan for Easter Sunday and filming scenes for “Keeping up with the Kardashians.”
His comments on Jenner’s show echoed what he revealed about a second shot at love with Kardashian during a radio interview on Wednesday.
“I don’t really rule anything out. I have no plans in my mind of what’s going to happen,” he explained.
“So, you know, if things are meant to be maybe they will be. I really can’t say yes or no,” he added.
Disick, who previously said he was never so “unhappy” as in the months after the breakup, went on to say he’ll love his former flame “till the day I die.”