Penelope Disick has first haircut aged six Content Exchange

Penelope Disick has had her first haircut at the age of six.

The daughter of Kourtney Kardashian and her ex-partner Scott Disick - who has brothers Mason, nine, and Reign, four - finally got her locks snipped and styled on Monday (11.02.19).

Penelope's aunt Khloe Kardashian, 34, took to her Instagram account to share a selfie with her niece to show off her new hairdo and one with Scott in the shot.

The 'Revenge Body' star quipped that she had copied her own hairstyle.

She captioned the snap: "So basically, P is obsessed with me (jk) lol how FREAKING CUTE is she with her hair cut???!!!? (sic)"

Her mom Kourtney also posted pictures of her daughter's new hairdo and added to her own account: "First ever hair cut in all of her enchanting six years", along with the scissors emoji.

Scott, 34, is now dating Sofia Richie, and Kourtney, 39, recently admitted she has no interest in getting back together with her former beau as she recently said she would congratulate him if he were to pop the question to his girlfriend.

During an appearance on 'Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen', a fan asked the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star what she would say to Scott if it emerged he had asked Sofia to marry him, to which she replied simply: "Congratulations!"

Whilst her sister Kim Kardashian West added: "Yeah, we vacation together. It's all good!"

Kourtney and Scott recently went on holiday with their kids and 20-year-old Sofia, and Kourtney's sister Khloe praised the former couple for staying friendly exes and putting the kids first.

After a fan tweeted: "This is co-parenting done right!!," Khloe wrote: "Beyond proud of all of them!!!! This is LOVE!! Your children before anything else!! All amazing adults right right!!! (sic)."

And the pair are are even said to be planning a special television show that focuses on their co-parenting.

A source said recently: "It could be the most intriguing soap opera or spinoff plotline of KUWTK right now ... Kris wouldn't not let this be filmed because it will be great for ratings."

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