What a couple of posers!

Check out parents-to-be Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick at their photo shoot for the latest issue of Us Weekly, which also features a sit-down with the on-again duo in which they say they're so in love, "it's hard to move slowly."

Apparently so. According to Scott, his girl wakes up every morning just raring to go.

"When I wake up, she always wants to have sex. That's how we got this way!" he exclaimed.

But Kourtney's prominent baby belly is part of what makes the E! star even more of a goddess in her boyfriend's eyes.

"I just want to stay home with her, enjoy her company, look at her stomach and be with her," Disick says.

"I think she's gorgeous. I think her body's perfect, and there's no one in the world I care more about making happy. It's upsetting to me if I hurt her feelings. For me, she has pretty much everything."


But when asked why the two didn't keep in touch while they were broken up, the expectant dad says that hanging out with Kourtney wasn't an option.

"We couldn't just be friends," he tells Us. "If we hung out, we knew were going to just start making out."

But they both agree that breaking up for awhile was the right thing to do, despite the fact that it made Kourtney's family, friends and fans especially suspicious of Scott.

"That's what makes the show exciting," Kourtney said, referring to both Keeping Up With the Kardashians and Kourtney & Khloé Take Miami, which has both featured plenty of Scott-fueled drama. "I get it, but it's hard on a relationship when people say things like, 'I hope you're never back with that Scott guy.' "

"I missed her every day," Scott insists. "I was miserable...Losing her was one of the worst feelings I've had in my life."

 Well, fine. And now he's got a lifetime to make it up to her.

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