Amelia Hamlin’s mom Lisa Rinna freaks out over Scott Disick relationship on Real Housewives

It was only a matter of time before Lisa Rinna let the world know of how she really feels about her daughter Amelia Hamlin dating Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Scott Disick.

Earlier this year, it was reported that Rinna was extremely shocked about the relationship, stating that Disick was simply “too damn old” to date her daughter. Flash forward a couple of months later, and we see this reality star divulge a bit more regarding the topic. To sum it up, she is certainly not happy.

How does Lisa Rinna feel about Scott Disick and Amelia Hamlin dating?

According to Cosmopolitan, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star initially thought that her 20-year-old daughter dating this 38-year-old man was just a phase that she needed to grow out of. But when she received a video from her daughter enjoying some beach time with her man, this mama immediately knew that this was more than a fleeting fling.

“I guess a couple days ago, Amelia sends me a video of Amelia and Scott on the beach,” Rinna recalled on an episode of the reality show. “You’re like, ‘What the f**k?’ She’s 19. He’s 37 with three kids.” Yikes! Could this photo from Amelia Hamlin’s Instagram be the picture that confirmed everything for the mother of two?

The reality star was so anxious about the relationship getting more serious than she initially thought that she wanted to quickly phone Kris Jenner to perhaps talk some sense into Scott Disick, hoping that he wouldn’t let the relationship progress any further. Well, it looks like this mother bear was a phone call too late.

As for her husband, Harry Hamlin, he’s rather chill about the situation despite his wife clearly very much not okay with this relationship. (Or maybe he’s internally screaming.)

Despite Lisa Rinna freaking out about her baby girl dating such an older man, it appears that Amelia Hamlin isn’t letting her mother’s adverse reaction get in the way of her deepening relationship with her boo. Simply put, her mother may just have to live with it. (Breathe in, Lisa…Breathe out, Lisa.)