KOURTNEY Kardashian has celebrated her son Mason Disick’s last day of school with an epic party.
Kourtney, 44, posted a video of a giant food truck parked in the grounds of her $9 million mansion on her Instagram Story on Sunday.
The reality TV star rented Raising Cane’s vehicle to serve chicken fingers and other fast food to 13-year-old Mason and his school friends.
As Kourtney approached the large red vehicle, children could be heard playing in the background while a Raising Cane staff member greeted Kourtney and prepared to serve some drinks.
Kourtney captioned the post: “Another graduation party… teenage edition. Thanks @raisingcanes.”
But in case Mason and friends were still hungry, Kourtney also ordered and shared a snap of several takeout pizzas, all lined up in her lavish kitchen.
Kourtney shares Mason as well as daughter Penelope and another son Reign with her ex-boyfriend Scott Disick.
Mason turns 14 at the end of this year, but he is rarely seen on his mother’s and father’s social media profiles.
However, last month Kourtney shared a photo of her eldest child enjoying a bike ride with younger brother Reign.
Mason wore black sweatpants and a matching hoodie, and protected himself with a helmet while cycling.
Eight-year-old Reign appeared to be wearing his skeleton-print onesie and a t-shirt as he glanced over at his big brother.
Kourtney simply captioned the photo “My boys” and two heart emojis.
Mason has been going through a major growth spurt in recent months and was spotted in March looking almost as tall as his father.
The teenager almost caught up with his father when they were spotted eating ice cream and walking through Beverly Hills.
It seems fans aren’t the only ones who have noticed Mason’s recent growth spurt.
In December, his aunt Kim Kardashian marveled at how much taller he’s grown.
The 42-year-old shared a rare photo of them standing back-to-back to celebrate his 13th birthday, with the youngster bending just inches over them.
She wrote, “The day has come when you are now taller than me.”
“I just love who you are and I’m just so proud of you Mason. Welcome to your teenage years. Happy Birthday.”