Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
Kourtney Kardashian admitted that end her relationship with Scott Disick was a difficult task. The reality stars are pictured attending the Opening Ceremony and Calvin Klein Jeans’ celebration launch of the #mycalvins Denim Series on April 23, 2015 in Los Angeles. Getty Images

Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick may have broken up almost two years ago, but the two still tend to see plenty of each other because they have three children together. Although they have both moved on and have been romantically linked to other people, Kardashian recently admitted that the split was one of the most difficult things she ever had to deal with.

During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Kardashian, along with her famous family, sat down to reflect on their lives and how their show, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” has changed and affected them over the past decade.

One of the most memorable moments from the reality series for the 38-year-old was filming her break-up with Disick, who she dated for almost 10 years. The relationship between the two, who share kids Mason, 7, Penelope, 5, and Reign, 2, together, ended after Disick was photographed getting cozy with celebrity stylist Chloe Bartoli in 2015.

“The hardest episode to film was my break-up with Scott [Disick]. I had a lot of anxiety about it, and finally said let’s just get this over with,” she told the publication.

“I sat down and started crying. You go through something, and then you move past it. Then you do your interview, and get all riled up again. And then you see the episode, and start seeing all these comments [on social media],” Kardashian explained.

Earlier on in the interview, the eldest sibling amitted that she took issue with showing her emotions on camera. “I remember in season one being like, ‘I have to go the bathroom,’ and I’d cry in there as quietly as I could because I was still mic’d. I never want to cry in front of cameras,” she said.

Kardashian’s younger siblings, Kendall and Kylie Jenner, revealed that they have learned a lot from their older siblings’ relationships which has helped them form their own ideas on how they should behave on the reality series.

“The beauty of having older sisters is you learn so many lessons from them. I’ve seen how their relationships have played out on TV so I learned that lesson. I I feel like it’s just better to keep it more private,” Kendall said.

“When you involve the whole world, everyone has an opinion. It’s not the healthiest. That part of your life should remain sacred,” Kylie added.

When Kardashian began to spend more time with former boxer, Younes Bendjima in May, it seemed like the star was doing her best to keep the budding romance to herself, until the two headed to Cannes, France where they enjoyed a romantic getaway.

Later on, issues seemed to arise when Disick visited the French town as well, and was photographed getting close to several women in an effort to get revenge against his ex-girlfriend.

However, it seems like the drama between Disick and Kardashian may have died down because nowadays, the reality star has been sharing more images of her new beau across social media, and from the looks of her posts, she has grown more comfortable with showing her affection for him whether or not the cameras are around.