While Scott Disick may no longer be in a relationship with Kourtney Kardashian, that doesn't mean his relationship with Kourtney's younger brother Rob has suffered.

 

Scott's long-running friendship with the father-to-be reached a new milestone recently as Scott shared some parenting advice with Rob.

 

Scott - who is the father of six-year-old Mason, four-year-old Penelope and one-year-old Reign - advised Rob "not to get ahead of himself" and to treat "everyday like it's a new day" when his first child with Blac Chyna arrives this Autumn.

 

 

The reality star told Rob to "be present, be happy...have a positive energy and a positive vibe so [his] child comes into the world with a positive energy".

 

Speaking candidly about his friend, Scott told E! News: "I think he's going to be unbelievable. He's got one of the biggest hearts I've ever seen. He's just an amazing guy and I'm so happy for him."

 

He said: "Rob is like my brother and I love him more than anybody in the world. I've been around with him and helping out where he needs help and kind of showing him the ropes of what it's going to be like to be a new dad."

 

 

The 33-year-old New Yorker also explained that Rob's child will be more like a brother or sister to his children than a cousin because the extended Kardashian family is so close.

 

He said: "We're all such a close-knit family that all of our kids are more like brother and sister and not just cousins. It's bigger than just cousins."

 

"We all live within each other's lives, so yeah, it's like everyone is like everybody's [child]. So it's not going to be different when Rob and Chyna have their kid, that's going to be a sister or a brother to my kids."

 

 

Rob and his fiancée are set to have their experience of pregnancy documented on a new reality show called Rob & Chyna which is due to hit screens later this year.

 

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