It's fair to say there's been a ton of drama between Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick lately.
Most of it was charted on this season's Keeping Up With the Kardashians. After Scott flew a girl out to join him in his hotel during a family vacation, Kourtney decided once and for all that they were over for good.
Kourtney was then linked to boxer Younes Bendjima, with the pair enjoying a trip to Cannes.
And Scott then spent a week partying with a total of nine different women, including Bella Thorne.
So everyone was wondering whether Kourtney would give Scott a shout-out on Father's Day.
Well, yesterday was the day. And while Kourtney dedicated an Instagram post to her late dad, Robert Kardashian, she didn't mention Scott at all.
It's unclear whether this was a deliberate snub because they really are on bad terms, or whether it was a social media oversight.
However, the failure to mention Scott was in stark contrast to Kourtney's social media posts from previous years. Back in 2012, Kourtney wrote a blog post revealing how much she loved celebrating Father's Day with Scott.
I am happy to celebrate Father's Day with Scott, the father of my children. The light and love that he has for Mason makes my heart melt. It is a pleasure to watch his growth as he takes this journey as a father.
In 2013 she shared this photo of Scott with Mason and Penelope, and described him as her "heart and soul".
And in 2014 she thanked him for "loving being a daddy more than anything else".
There wasn't a post in 2015, but that could be because the pair split up almost exactly a month after Father's Day. However, last year Kourtney and Scott spent the day together and celebrated with a zoo trip and a meal with their three children.
Just last week Scott also revealed that he had "no plans" for Father's Day this year.
Speaking to E! Online, Scott said:
I didn't make any [plans] Hopefully someone made some for me, but we'll see. Last year we had an awesome time. We went to the zoo, had a great time, had lunch on the water in Santa Barbara. It was as good as I could've asked for I guess.