Kim Kardashian Says It Was 'Nice but Scary' to Be Around People Again at Scott Disick's Party amid Pandemic

The Kardashian-Jenner family made Scott Disick's birthday last month.
On Saturday, Kim Kardashian West shared some highlights of the celebration and told fans that her family had brought together a "small group" of relatives on the occasion.
"We only celebrated Scott's birthday with the family a few weeks ago and it was really my first time that I was with a group of people (small group)," wrote the mother of four.
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"It was nice, but also scary," she added before asking the fans, "How do everyone feel when they're on the go?"
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In the slide show with photos, the KKW beauty mogulin (39) showed a selfie with Disick (37) as well as photos with her two sisters Khloé (Kardashian) and Kourtney (Kardashian) and her mother Kris Jenner.
In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, a source told PEOPLE in April that the famous family had spent some time apart.
"Everyone still stays at home," said the source at the time. “The sisters and Kris took a break from each other for a few weeks. Now they practice social distancing, but Kim has had Kris in the house a few times. "
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In the meantime, Disick has been relatively reluctant in the past few months after learning about his short stay in rehab in late April, followed by his separation from his girlfriend Sofia Richie.
In late April, Disick sought treatment in a Colorado treatment facility. However, he checked himself out and flew back to Los Angeles almost a week after his arrival when a photo of himself from the rehab center leaked online on May 4.
Disick did not publicly comment on the rehab news, but his lawyer Marty Singer denied reports that his client had been treated for cocaine or alcohol abuse and claimed that it was "working on his past trauma".
RELATED: Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are currently not planning to get back together: Source
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As the reality star continues to work on himself, he and Richie, 21 decided that it is best to take a break from their relationship so that Scott can only focus on the most important things in his life - his health and his children "a source told PEOPLE in late May.
"Scott is working on his problems. Sofia is with friends," said the source. "It was Sofia's decision to take a break."
Richie and Disick started in the fall of 2017, two years after he separated from Kourtney, with whom he shares three children - the sons Reign (5) and Mason (10), and the 7-year-old daughter Penelope.
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