Scott Disick poses with young girlfriend Amelia Hamlin and son on sun-soaked holiday
Scott Disick has been enjoying some family time as of late.
And the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star was joined by his girlfriend Amelia Hamlin, 20, and his kids - Mason, 11, Penelope, nine, and Reign, five, who he shares with his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian - on a holiday getaway.
Scott kept it casual in a white t-shirt and a pair of camo print shorts whilst Amelia flung her arm around her boyfriend.
She was wearing white skinny jeans, which she partnered with a intricately designed crop top, whilst Scott's son Mason showed his love for his favourite sports team by wearing a Lakers basketball vest.
Alongside the snap, Scott wrote: "Great night, just a little smelly for Reign out on the old docks."
Amelia's family are not so keen on the romance - or the 18 year age gap between the pair.
"The issue that’s most enduring is the age difference which to me is odd," her dad Harry Hamlin recently said on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
However, he doesn't think he can complain because there was a 14 year age gap between him and his ex Ursula Andress.
"I was 14 years younger than she when we had Dimitri. So I can’t really complain, right?" he added.
Amelia's mum Lisa Rinna is also "nervous" about the couple's blossoming romance.
She said: "My daughter is linked to a guy named Scott Disick. And I was like, OK, come on, right? Like, come on. A couple days ago, Amelia sends me a video of her and Scott on the beach.
"There's nothing you can do. And the more you push, the bigger deal it becomes."
Whilst their age gap might not be that popular with her parents, Scott and Amelia aren't worried about it.
"He's been telling friends how much she means to him and how into her he is," a source told People magazine.
"She grew up in the industry and knows how all this works. It's a different type of maturity, and they really don't feel the age difference.
"They've been inseparable and have been going back and forth between Miami and LA."