AceShowbiz - Amelia Hamlin has shown her subtle support for Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker. After the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum shared photos from the proposal on her social media page, the daughter of Lisa Rinna was spotted liking the picture.
On Tuesday, October 19, Kourtney turned to her Instagram feed to share a photo of the romantic proposal. "LOVE conquers all things," the reality TV star captioned her post. From the post, it could be seen that Amelia was among 3.4 million people who liked the sweet picture.
Amelia's subtle support came nearly a month after she allegedly split from Scott Disick. A source revealed on September 7 that Scott "agreed that he feels he needs to be single right now." The insider continued, "They had a lot of fun together but it was never going to be a long term relationship."
As for Amelia, she "is done with Scott" after Scott was exposed by Younes Bendjima for trash-talking Kourtney's relationship with Travis. It's also reported that the 20-year-old model "wants to be strong and to move on. She had had enough and it was time. Her friends are all rallying around her and supporting her through this. Everyone knows she deserves better. She knows it too."
While Amelia appeared to support Kourtney and Travis, her ex-boyfriend, Scott, was reportedly "going crazy" with jealousy. Sources claimed that the "Flip It Like Disick" alum wasn't in a good place after hearing the news of the engagement despite having split from the eldest Kris Jenner's daughter more than five years ago. "Scott is going crazy," an informant spilled. "He's going to go off the deep end. It's really bad. It's about to get dark."
A separate source shared that Scott "is losing his s**t right now over Kourtney's getting engaged." The source added, "He feels like he deserved some sort of warning that this was coming, but he really didn't."
"This is what Kourtney has wanted her whole life, and it is what Scott refused to give her," the so-called inside source continued. "Now he has to deal with the consequences of his actions, or lack thereof, forever."