Lisa Rinna confirms that she’s met her 19-year-old daughter, Amelia Hamlin’s much older boyfriend, Scott Disick.
And not surprisingly, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star isn’t afraid to share her opinion on the romance.
On Wednesday’s episode of Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen, Lisa confirmed that she and husband Harry Hamlin have met Scott.
“Very similar to what you thought when you met him, he’s more handsome in person,” the reality star told Andy Cohen. “We had a very nice time. He met Harry.”
She then added, “It is what it is, guys. It is what it is.”
Amelia and Scott sparked dating rumors in October 2020. They didn’t officially confirm their relationship until February 2021.
“Scott and Amelia really do have so much fun together,” a source told Us Weekly in March. “They’re a great match because they both love to go out and party and are both very attracted to each other.”
Another source revealed that Lisa and Harry were “skeptical at first” came around after “seeing their daughter happy.”
Despite Lisa’s recent comments about Scott and Amelia’s relationship, she did agree with Kyle Richards calling Scott “too damn old” for Amelia in the RHOBH season 11 trailer.
Lisa first commented on her daughter’s relationship in April on Instagram. She shared a photo of Scott and Amelia walking on the beach in Miami to her Instagram Story along with the caption, “Welp, we both seem to share a love of bucket hats.”
As for Scott’s family, they are super supportive of his relationship with the teenage model.
“The Kardashian-Jenner family is super supportive of Scott and Amelia’s relationship,” a source told Us Weekly in January. “They really like the two of them together and think Amelia is a great influence on Scott. Scott and Amelia are in a really good place. They have a lot of love and respect for each other, and it shows.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.
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Source: Us Weekly