Lionel Richie has shared his thoughts about his daughter Sofia Richie's relationship with Scott Disick.
The Grammy award winning pop star told E! News that he has "accepted" that Sofia is dating Scott but is still not 100 percent on board with it.
Lionel admitted that he has had 'hesitations' about his daughter dating Kourtney Kardashian's ex as they have a 15-year age gap.
The legendary singer said that he's making "more of an effort" with the Flip It Like Disick star.
This has been apparent in that the 36-year-old reality star spent Thanksgiving with Lionel and his 21-year-old daughter.
A source told E! News: "Scott and Sofia are still together and all is well for now.
"They spent Thanksgiving with Lionel Richie and they all flew together on his private jet for their holiday trip."
"Lionel has accepted their relationship but still isn't entirely 100 percent on board with Scott mostly because of the age difference and how young Sofia is."
Sofia is reportedly "infatuated" with Scott and the source continued: "Lionel can see how happy Sofia is though so he is definitely making more of an effort with Scott.
"He is a really honest, up front kind of guy and feels like his father-daughter relationship with Sofia is more important than anything so he's trying to be there for Sofia and to be supportive of her despite his reservations about her relationship.
"They all had a really great holiday together though and progress is for sure being made between Lionel and Scott."
Scott and Sofia sparked rumours or romance in 2017 and they seem to be stronger than ever as a couple.
Lionel was a little nonplussed about the relationship in its early months, telling Australia's Daily Telegraph at the time: "She's 19. When you're 19 you know everything. Is it going to be for life? I don't know. But for right now it's just a phase and I'm going to stand real still in the corner, get me a good drink and not make too much noise."
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