Scott Disick’s girlfriend Amelia Hamlin, 19, says 'people are judgmental' as she continues to date reality star, 37

AMELIA Hamlin hit back at "judgmental" people amid her romance with Scott Disick.

The 19-year-old model has faced a slew of backlash over the 18-year age gap with her and Scott, 37.

And Amelia appeared to address her haters in a post on her Instagram Stories on Saturday.

Sharing a pouting selfie, the teen wrote: "People are extra weird and judgmental these days…

"People can embrace themselves however they feel fit for them at that moment in time."

She concluded: "People grow. People learn to love themselves more and more."

Amelia, who is the daughter of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna, was first linked to Scott at Halloween.

However, the couple were spotted at the same group dinner together as far back as June.

The two have since been seen at restaurants and walking on the beach.

Over Thanksgiving Amelia shared a snap with Scott in which she wrote that she was thankful for him.

The snap showed the two posing in front of a beach at sunset.

However, Scott, instead posted how he was thankful for his three children, who she shares with Kourtney Kardashian – Mason, 10, Penelope, eight, and Reign, five.

A source recently told E! News of Scott and Amelia's relationship: "Scott and Amelia are talking and hanging out, but neither are looking for anything serious."

The source claimed they meet up at Scott's house or take beach trips to Montecito, California, at the weekends.

Their relationship exists "away from his role as a father."

Indeed, Amelia was noticeably absent from Scott and Kourtney's recent birthday party for Mason and Reign.

Meanwhile, sources exclusively told The Sun that Scott's ex Kourtney is "rolling her eyes" over his latest romance.

The insider claimed: "The moment Kourtney heard about Scott's relationship with Amelia she just rolled her eyes.

"At this point, she feels she's seen it all when it comes to Scott dating young girls.

"Kourtney realizes that trying to stop him is a no-win situation."

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