Scott Disick has been all over the world in the last month. Previously, Disick and his ex-girlfriend – and the mother of his children – Kourtney Kardashian, took a trip to Bali along with their three kids.
And now, the reality star is in Australia with his new, and much-younger girlfriend, Sofia Richie, the daughter of Lionel Richie. On Saturday, Scott and Sofia were together in Melbourne, and they went to an event that he hosted for Derby Day at Flemington Racecourse.
The 20-year-old model wore a white mini-dress along with billowing sleeves and a few cutouts. She also wore a veiled black hat and a chic pair of white stilettos.
Scott, on the other hand, 35, wore a crisp dark suit and a pair of dress shoes. Arriving at the event in a helicopter, Richie joked that she should’ve thought her outfit through a little bit more.
“Wind and a head-piece, never a good combo,” the model joked. Earlier in the week, Sofia posted several photos of her trip to Australia, including one where she posed beside a picture of a koala.
In another, Sofia laid down while wearing a bikini on a boat, posing in front of the infamous Sydney Opera House. And on Thursday, Disick shared a photo of himself sleeping on the plane.
Scott and Sofia also traveled to Las Vegas to see her father, Lionel Richie, perform for his residency, All The Hits. Scott and Sofia are reportedly doing great these days. Earlier, Sofia posed for a photo taken by Scott while standing in the mirror.
She wrote in the caption, “the man in the mirror.” As it was previously reported, Richie and Disick sparked romance rumors in the springtime of 2017. At first, everyone thought they would just be a fling, but it turns out their romance was more serious than everyone expected.
However, it was a serious problem for Sofia and the Kardashians, who used to be close friends with each other. But now, Sofia and the Kardashian/Jenner clan aren’t nearly as close. With that said, they’re slowly warming up to Richie, and think she’s a great influence on Scott, who has a reputation for being a bit of a party animal.