On a preview for Hulu's "The Kardashians," Scott is seen speaking to Khloe Kardashian in a kitchen. During the conversation, Khloe appeared to ask Scott how his children — Mason, Penelope and Reign — reacted to Travis Barker's proposal.
"They were upset," he said of the kids he shares with Kourt. "They didn't understand why they weren't there."
Much of the Kardashian-Jenner family was on hand for the engagement, which happened on the beach in Montecito, California.
While chatting with Khloe, Scott said he's hopeful the children will be invited to the wedding.
"Am I invited to the wedding?," he then openly wonders. A straight-faced Khloe answers, "I don't know."
In the same preview, Kendall Jenner asks Kourtney if she has any "sympathy" for Scott. "It doesn't feel like you do," she plainly states.
Around the time of the engagement, reports said Scott was struggling with the reality that Kourtney had very much moved on from him.
"Scott hasn't really wanted to deal with Travis and Kourtney because he didn't feel like he'd have to," a source told People magazine. "At first, it seemed like it was just a casual relationship to him, nothing serious. So he pretty much put that on mute … thinking that eventually, they'd break up."
The source added that the father-of-three was "being forced to deal" with the fact that Kourtney wants a future with the drummer.
"If he's going to co-parent with Kourtney, which he has been, he has to process this and make his peace with it," the source said.