Kourtney Kardashian is busy on her phone during outing with Penelope and Fai Khadra

Her family has been evacuated from their homes due to the California fires. 

But on Friday, Kourtney Kardashian was able to enjoy a brief break away from her personal chaos while out in Beverly Hills.

The eldest Kardashian left Alfred Coffee with daughter Penelope Disick and Fai Khadra.

Peace of mind: On Friday, Kourtney Kardashian, 39, was able to enjoy a brief break away from her personal chaos while out in Beverly Hills

Peace of mind: On Friday, Kourtney Kardashian, 39, was able to enjoy a brief break away from her personal chaos while out in Beverly Hills

Kourtney was casually dressed in a white hoodie, matching track pants and black sneakers. 

Despite her laid back look, the 39-year-old sported a full-face of make-up, and her hair was styled straight and down. 

Little Penelope was wore a simple T-shirt, skort and slides. 

Effortless look: Kourtney was casually dressed in a white hoodie, matching track pants and black sneakers

Effortless look: Kourtney was casually dressed in a white hoodie, matching track pants and black sneakers

Kourtney’s male companion, Fai, looks similar to ex-boyfriend Younes Benjima. 

The 27-year-old previously hung out with Kourtney in September, as well as over Halloween. 

Aside from the mother-of-three, Fai has also posed for photos with Kendall Jenner and Jordyn Woods. 

Beautiful: Despite her laid back look, the 39-year-old sported a full-face of make-up, and her hair was styled straight and down

Beautiful: Despite her laid back look, the 39-year-old sported a full-face of make-up, and her hair was styled straight and down

Kourtney’s eldest son Mason and youngest son Reign were not seen out with the star.

Mason, eight, was spotted with dad Scott Disick and girlfriend Sofia Richie.

Kourtney and Scott never married, but were together for around a decade. 

Affecting her: Kourtney shared this photo on Instagram of the California fire

Affecting her: Kourtney shared this photo on Instagram of the California fire