Disick also shared Instagram footage of sons Mason, 13, and Reign, 8, wearing traditional yarmulkes while the brood read aloud from the Haggadah. His 10-year-old daughter, Penelope, was also present at the celebration as the group noshed on their soup, challah bread and homemade brisket.
Passover, which honors the Hebrews’ liberation from slavery in Egypt, commenced at sundown on Wednesday. Disick, for his part, was raised Jewish and has been candid about sharing his faith with his and Kardashian’s children.
“It’s been a really long time since I’ve been to temple especially by myself,” the Flip It Like Disick alum confessed during a December 2011 episode of Kourtney & Kim Take New York, when he went to visit his childhood synagogue. “I’m a little rusty [with the prayers] but you gotta start somewhere.”
He added at the time: “I feel a little uncomfortable. I don’t speak Hebrew, I can’t read Hebrew. I don’t really even know what prayer we’re on. But, being in temple feels great, it really does. Maybe I’m gonna start going to temple more. I think this is actually going to be good for me.”
During the Keeping Up With the Kardashians spinoff, Disick was even gifted a small kippah for Mason, then 2, which made him more enthusiastic about reconnecting with his roots. The Poosh founder, now 43, however, told her then-boyfriend — whom she split from in 2015 — that his newfound religious kick was poised to be a short-lived interest.
“For Kourtney to tell me the whole Jewish thing is just another phase in my life is pretty disrespectful,” Disick said in a confessional at the time. “It isn’t like a certain type of suit or a certain type of car I’m into.”
The New York native has continued to share images of his festive celebrations with Mason, Penelope and Reign via social media, frequently uploading snapshots from their Passover seders and Chanukah gatherings over the years. Disick and Kardashian, who married Travis Barker in May 2022, later reunited at Mason’s Bar Mitzvah the following December at Offsunset lounge in Los Angeles.
Scroll below to see photos from the Disicks’ Passover seder: