Scott Disick ‘s rumoured new girlfriend Amelia Hamlin says she’s very “thankful” for him.
The 19-year-old model has shared her first ever snap with the 37-year-old father-of-three, admitting that she feels lucky to have him in her life.
Earlier this month, Scott was pictured with his arm around bikini-clad Amelia as the pair took a romantic stroll on a beach.
Romance rumours have swirled around the pair in recent weeks, and it seems as though the pair’s relations seem to be hotting up.
And it seems as though Scott wasted no time moving on, as he’s now boo’ed up with Amelia.
As a surprise to some, Kourtney – who shares three kids with Scott – actually has no issue with him dating again, and isn’t bothered by their 18-year age gap.
In fact, Kourt reportedly “likes” it when Scott is dating.
The reason being is that she reportedly thinks Scott is “more responsible” as a parent when he’s in a relationship.
What’s more, Kourtney – who dated Scott from 2006 until 2015 – is not jealous of the 37-year-old’s romance with the 19-year-old, because “it’s not impacting his parenting,” reports TMZ.
Scott and Amelia have been romantically linked since they arrived together at Kendall Jenner’s birthday party on Halloween and they looked very much into each other as they tenderly held hands.
Amelia has come under public scrutiny over her willingness to date an older man, meanwhile Scott has also been branded “creepy” and “weird” for opting to date teenagers.
The pair met through Amelia’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star mum, 57, who is friends with Momager Kris Jenner.
Lisa is said to be worried about her daughter dating Scott.
Sources say Lisa isn’t going to acknowledge the romance publicly, at least for a while because she’s still trying to get her head around it.
It’s also reported that Scott’s ex Sofia Richie unfollowed Amelia on Instagram after finding out about the relationship.
Sofia was also just 19 years old when she first struck up a romance with Scott.
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