Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick split this past summer, but Kris Jenner is hopeful her daughter and the father of her grandkids will work out their issues.
"Scott is like my son," Kris told Access Hollywood's Billy Bush. "He came over yesterday. He was on his way over to see the kids. He's a great dad. They've got things to figure out."
Despite being separated for months, Kris told Billy that she is "always hopeful" for the couple.
"Do you tell Kourtney to forgive whatever he may have done?" Billy asked.
"I don't tell her things like that because I don't think that's my place, but my kids were brought up to be very forgiving people," Kris explained. "My wish is that, you know, they work it out and figure it out and we'll see what happens."
Billy then asked about a possible substance abuse problem for Scott.
"You know what, I don't see that side, so I don't want to talk about what I don't know. I just know that, you know, they'll figure it out," she said. "He's a great dad and he loves the kids and he loves Kourtney."
Adding, "I love him."
Kourtney, 36, and Scott, 32, welcomed their third child – son Reign Aston – in December. They also have a son, Mason, 5, and a daughter, Penelope, 3, together.
-- Jesse Spero