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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Scott Disick has spent $57,500 on another birthday present for Amelia Hamlin

    The 38-year-old star spoiled his girlfriend on her 20th birthday with a signed Helmut Newton print titled Saddle II, a black and white photograph that depicts a model dressed in tights and a blazer as she straddles a saddle resting atop an armchair


    Scott bought the print - which was originally shot for a 1976 edition of Paris' Vogue Hommes magazine - from the ArtLife Gallery's pop-up in Miami's design district using EthereumPay's $EPAY cryptocurrency, according to People.

    The 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star previously spoiled the model with a lavish diamond necklace for her birthday.

    In an Instagram Story video, Amelia received the spectacular-looking gift and admitted: "I'm going to cry!"

    The brunette beauty - who is the youngest daughter of Lisa Rinna and Harry Hamlin - then started to wipe away some tears and kissed Scott, as she struggled to contain her emotions.

    Amelia kept her Instagram followers up-to-date on her birthday celebrations throughout last weekend, posting behind-the-scenes videos and photos on the platform from her time at the Papi Steak restaurant and the LIV nightclub in Miami, Florida.

    The loved-up duo have been dating since February and Amelia's parents were initially thought to have been "sceptical" about their romance.

    However, it's now thought that they've come round to the idea of their daughter dating Scott, who has Mason, 11, Penelope, eight, and Reign, six, with his ex-girlfriend Kourtney Kardashian.

    A source previously said: "Her parents were sceptical at first. But seeing their daughter happy makes them feel better about their relationship."

    Their burgeoning relationship has also received the backing of Kourtney and her family.

    An insider explained: "The Kardashian-Jenner family is super supportive of Scott and Amelia’s relationship.

    "They really like the two of them together and think Amelia is a great influence on Scott. Scott and Amelia are in a really good place. They have a lot of love and respect for each other and it shows."

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