Scott Disick, 36, and Sofia Richie, 20, are probably getting engaged soon

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick go shopping after lunch at Il Pastaio

A few months ago, I covered a Sofia Richie interview and I walked away from it unimpressed. I’ve never found her impressive at all, to be fair. She’s a vapid young woman whose whole life is based on nepotism. I remember when she was dating Justin Bieber too, and all of that weirdness, but that was several years ago, when she was 17-18. Now she’s 20 years old and she’s been with Scott Disick for about two years. What do they do all day? I think they just shop and go out to eat and… that’s it. Well, let’s base a marriage on that.

The Lord is getting a lady! Scott Disick and Sofia Richie are discussing tying the knot, multiple sources confirm in the new issue of Us Weekly. The couple of more than two years “have talked seriously about getting engaged,” says a source. “It’s a real possibility.” Another adds, “As it is now, Sofia and Scott look at each other as life partners.”

And despite their 16-year age difference, the model, 20, and reality star, 36, “are in a great place and stronger than ever,” the second source continues.

Better yet, Disick has the full support of his ex, Kourtney Kardashian. The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 40, is “not only unbothered by the idea of them getting engaged,” the first source reveals, “they’d [even] have her full support.” Especially since Richie gets on so well with Disick and Kardashian’s children — Mason, 9, Penelope, 6, and Reign, 4. Adds the source, “Sofia is really so good with his kids and she has a good friendship and relationship with Kourtney.

[From Us Weekly]

Scott is a 36 year old man with real-man problems: alcoholism, a de facto ex-wife (though they were never married) and shared custody of THREE children. Why would a 20 year old “model” want to tie herself down with all of that? I don’t know. For what it’s worth, I don’t really hate Scott, I just think he makes terrible life decisions. And Sofia doesn’t even know what she’s doing, really. F–k it, maybe they’ll last forever.

Sofia Richie and Scott Disick are a couple that shop together!

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  1. Bebe says:

    Seems ill-fated, but, sure, why not?

    • Mash says:

      honestly…. all the red flags are there but it might be his brutally honest wretch of a life that makes her feel like all her cards are on the table and that they may last for a while idk

  2. shanaynay says:

    yawn.

  3. AnnaKist says:

    Well, then, this has got to be troooooooo and eternal luuurrrve, hey? At least he’s moved on from the koven.

  4. wowza says:

    Soooo, I have been loving the current season of Kardashians, lol, i love reading between the lines of what they present versus what you can intuit (like how Kim can barely deal with Kanye and is throwing herself into her legal stuff to sublimate that energy — that’s my theory at least)

    Scott appears to have really turned a corner with his maturity and worldview. And I was surprised that during one episode, he had a really frank conversation with Kourtney, in which he said that Sofia knows that his responsibility is to his kids and that part or that is a healthy relationship with Kourtney, and he celebrates that, but that he also needs to be respectful to Sofia, because he cares about her a lot and it’s what she deserves, and maybe I’m a sucker, but it seemed surprisingly heartfelt to me.

    • NicoleInSavannah says:

      Did you see the People snip this AM where Kris says she thinks Kourtney will want him back? I really wish I didn’t know this!

  5. teehee says:

    He is so disgusting. If any sleeze bag like him ever got near my younger daughter or heck even my older daughter…. hell haveth no fury

  6. Fluffy Princess says:

    Why would you get married at 20 to a man that’s almost 40 with 3 kids? Ugh. Just no.

    • Yup, Me says:

      Especially when your father is already wealthy and a celebrity. What is even the point of getting married?

  7. savu says:

    I have no right to judge, my partner and I have been together four years and we have an 18-year age difference (and I wasn’t 18 when we got together). But I’m an introverted old soul, HE keeps ME young. I just don’t see how Sofia is emotionally mature enough for any of this.

    • GirlMonday says:

      @savu
      May I ask how old you were when you met? I’m 38 dating someone with a similar age difference. I like him but I’m struggling with it, as I still have a couple years left for kids; he does not and, in fact, has kids that I myself could not have been old enough to birth. Cut it off at the pass, go for it, I don’t know. Super open to advice if anyone has any to offer.

      *Sigh* life choices and the anonymity of the internet.

      • BuddyJack says:

        You are right to rethink this. My husband is only 9 years older than I am, and that doesn’t seem extreme in comparison. We met when I was mid 40s, he was mid 50s and it worked well. Well now I’m 60, he’s almost 70…..and it’s rearing it’s head and it’s ugly in retirement. I’m all about “let’s travel! Let’s go to concerts! Let’s play!” And he’s just into acting old and angry and is a general buzzkill to anything happy or joyful that does not involve his grandchildren from his first marriage. He would be happy to live in the city they live in, and have our lives centered around their soccer schedule on our refrigerator.

        Just picture your age differences when you are a contemporary 60 year old with health and energy and interests and time…….and he’s, well, something not that.

      • JennyJenny says:

        @BuddyJack
        I completely agree with your assessment!
        I’m currently 61 and living with a 71-year-old man; he may as well be 100! I feel like I am just becoming his caretaker.

        He rarely wants to go out and when we do, it’s a quick trip back to the house. I find myself taking more and more vacations alone and/or with my friends.

        I just never thought about it when we got together 20 years ago …

      • GirlMonday says:

        Thank you.

  8. OG Cleo says:

    He’s a predator. He dated a teenager while he was in his 30s while dealing with substance abuse problems and family issues. This situation goes beyond “ick.”

  9. Lynne says:

    I still think crazy boozy Scott was scripted for the show. When did we ever see candid pics of him clubbing or drunk or really doing anything in public when they are not filming or promoting the series.
    This might be a contract too. She gets exposure. Any candid pics of him hugging her or kissing her ever?

    • Kathryn says:

      He constantly clubs that’s how he makes a lot of his money. Bella Thorne broke up with him because she said all he does is drink all day and she doesn’t, she couldn’t take it.

    • MellyMel says:

      Nah. I think him being a drunk & dealing with grief, etc. was one of the few things that were actually real on this show.

  10. JRenee says:

    Wow…

  11. Eliza says:

    They’ve been together 2 years and she still has another year before she can legally drink alcohol. Will she toast herself with sparkling cider at the wedding? He’s gross, she’s basically a child he groomed. Age differences aren’t a big deal after everyone is an established adult. But if -teen is still in your age, large age gaps are so creepy.

  12. ME says:

    Step-mom to three kids at the age of 20? Sounds good. I mean I think she’s only 8 years older than mason lol.

    • Ann says:

      She is closer in age to Mason than Scott. Ew ew ew! I don’t care about this relationship at all so whatevs about the age difference, but still icky that she’s closer in age to her boyfriends child than her boyfriend. Bleh!

  13. Sean says:

    Scott likes to dissect girls. Did you know he’s utterly insane? There is an idea of a Scott Disick. Some kind of abstraction. But there is no real Scott. Only an entity. Something illusory. And although he can hide his cold gaze and you can shake his hand and feel flesh gripping yours, and maybe you can sense your lifestyles are probably comparable, he simply is not there.

    Sorry, there’s just something about him that reminds me of Patrick Bateman.

  14. Ang says:

    Yuck to both of them.

  15. Kim says:

    All I have to say is that I’m glad I didn’t end up marrying the person I dated at 20. I was much too young, with too little adult life experience to make the best choice.

    I once read you shouldn’t marry until you are at least 25. Mainly because there is a lot of growing/changing you do in your 20′s – essentially you are not the person you are at 25 that you were at 20.

    I guess the one caveat to this is that in our 20′s most of us are finishing college/university, making career choices, becoming more independent from our parents. I don’t think any of that applies to Sofia!

  16. Jane says:

    I feel so bad for Kourtney. The man who couldn’t get it together for her or respect her enough despite her sticking through all his troubles turns it around for another woman. Not the woman who birthed his children or stuck by 10 years while he was an active alcoholic. That’s gotta hurt her no matter what. You can see it on her face too. She gave up the best years of her life for him, showed dedication to him and in the end he cheated on her.

    • Nancy says:

      Scott wanted to marry Kourtney and she refused. When she was pregnant with Mason, she wanted an abortion in Miami, and it was Scott who wanted to keep the child. She never made it a secret she wanted her children to have the same father, even when Scott was apprehensive about having a third child while they weren’t together any longer. I wouldn’t feel too bad for Kourtney, she has made her choices.

      • Jane says:

        Yeah wanting to marry her is diff then getting it together. She never said yes to marrying him bc she said she wanted him to get himself together before making that commitment. He was always good for liek a month or two before going back to his ways. But only after they broke did he completely get it together. That’s gotta be hurtful especially when you’ve birthed children for him. Even now he’s an asshole questioning why should would not want him at her sister bday party when it would make sense considering they are supposed to be creating separate lives. It’s not like it’s his bday.

  17. SURFCHICK says:

    If you missed a DECADE that I experienced, there’s the door.