“My dream man” It Looks Like Scott Disick And Amelia Hamlin Are Getting Pretty Serious

The two are rumoured to be dating since last October

The days of ‘are they, aren’t they?’ that once surrounded Scott Disick and rumoured GF Amelia Hamlin, are well and truly gone.

Going Instagram official with their relationship last month, Amelia has just gushed over her new man on social media last weekend, and it did not go unnoticed.

Posting a picture of the two out for dinner, and with Scott showing off a new bleach blonde hair-do, Amelia wrote on the picture:

“My dream man.”

The two have been rumoured to be dating since October of last year, and sources close to the couple have confirmed that they have been going from strength to strength since. However, with an 18-year age gap between the two, they are making an effort to keep things fun between one another.

“Scott and Amelia are having a blast together. They’ve been going out with friends, spending time together and overall just having a really good time,” an insider recently told Entertainment Tonight.

“Amelia is young and doesn’t want or need a crazy commitment and Scott likes that things are low key and easy with her” they continued.

Amelia has recently landed herself in hot water, with serious accusations of ‘blackfishing’ being thrown her way after a recent Instagram post.

 

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A post shared by Amelia (@ameliagray)

It comes as Amelia posted a picture of herself, with the caption ‘whiplash got me like’, with followers quickly taking to the comments section to question her on her skin-tone and choice of hairstyle.

After recieving criticism, Amelia soon took to her Instagram stories to defend herself and apologise to those hurt by her actions. Which read:

“I’m receiving a lot of comments in regards to my latest photo. I am being told that I am ‘Black fishing’ — thank you all for educating me on this topic. I recently went on vacation to the sun, and with my Italian heritage I tan very easily.”

“There is no self-tanner involved or intention of looking darker than my own natural skin color. I had a lot of fun creating this look with no malice intention or offence.”

 

 

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