Scott Disick shared a racy image of Lionel Richie’s daughter Sofia posing in a bikini

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Scott Disick and Sofia Richie have reached a milestone in their blossoming relationship: he shared a bikini pic of her to social media!

Things must be getting serious!

The 34-year-old reality TV star posted the racy image of his 19-year-old girlfriend posing at the beach to his Instagram story, which means the image will disappear within 24 hours.

But thankfully, screenshots are a thing!


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Okay Scott, your captions need some work, buddy.

During the holidays, Disick posted a video on Instagram of his scantily clad new girlfriend getting into the season with a fun holiday dance routine. The 19-year-old Richie got into the groove of her father’s 1983 hit song “All Night Long (All Night)” as she made her away around the kitchen in a Santa sweater. Disick captioned the video with a simple “Night.” Wherever her pants ended up, Disick clearly didn’t mind seeing her in skimpy white briefs and sock combo.

Like most overprotective dads, Richie’s famous father was nervous about her getting involved with the much older Disick.  They confirmed their relationship in September, taking to Instagram to make it publicly official during a trip to Miami. Disick shared a video of himself kissing his new lady love at a celebratory dinner on his Instagram story.

“Have I been in shock?! I’m the dad, come on,” Lionel Richie told Us Weekly at the New York City auditions of “Idol” in October.

When asked if he was happy for the couple, Richie said, “I’m scared to death, are you kidding me?!”

According to Sofia, however, he’s had a change of heart.

“He’s good. He’s been very nice,” Sofia said while speaking to “E! News” on the red carpet alongside her father more recently. “He’s been very cool. He’s very supportive, whatever that means.”

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