Amelia Hamlin, 19, stuns in a tiny pink bikini after boyfriend Scott Disick, 37, flirts with his ex Kourtney Kardashian

AMELIA Hamlin, 19, looked glam in a tiny pink bikini after her boyfriend Scott Disick flirted with his ex Kourtney Kardashian on Instagram.

The beauty looked like the ultimate beach babe as she showed off her incredible figure in the sand.

Amelia showed off her toned body in a flattering two-piece.

She revealed her flat stomach in the hot pink bikini with white floral motifs as she posed in front o the sea.

The star topped off her look with a cowboy hat.

She wrote alongside the shot: "Plz do not disturb."




A second shot saw her larking around with a pal.

While another shot saw her relaxing on a sun lounger looking sensational.

Her post comes just days after her boyfriend Scott set tongues wagging after leaving a flirty comment on his ex Kourtney's sexy catsuit photo.

The 37-year-old couldn't help himself after seeing the reality star's latest post on Instagram.

Kourtney, 41, looked sexier than ever as she posed for a snap in a sparkling skin tight body suit and black platform boots in front of a glamorous Hollywood mirror.

Kourtney, who has children Mason, 11, Penelope, eight, and son Reign, six, with Scott, captioned the post: "Take a bow."

Her fans flocked to the comments section to admire her beauty – including ex Scott – who simply wrote: "Bow wow wow yippi yo yippy yay."

This sparked a melt down between their followers and many pleaded them to get back together.

One replied to his comment: "Date her already," while another added, "Get yr woman back."


A third chimed in: "JUST GET BACK TOGETHER ALREADY," with one user adding, "u back together yet?"

But everyone seems to have forgotten his current girlfriend Amelia – who he was first spotted with in November after being spotted on a beach in Santa Barbra.

Scott was linked to Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rina's teen daughter after they were seen partying together at a star-studded Halloween bash last year.

 

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