Amelia Hamlin just celebrated four months with her boyfriend Scott Disick, and her mom finally has something to say about it! The reality? Lisa Rinna doesn’t seem to be taking the relationship too seriously. The reason seems to be the huge age difference. Scott is 37, and Amelia is only 19.

Up until now, Lisa Rinna had seemingly no opinion on her daughter dating a man nearly 20 years older. The RHOBH star was a guest on Andy Cohen’s talk show Watch What Happens Live on Wednesday after the premiere of her show. When Andy asked about Amelia’s relationship Lisa erupted into laughter. “It is what it is,” she finally said, grinning madly.

Lisa admitted that she only just met Scott Disick and agreed that he’s “very similar to what [Cohen] thought when [he] met him.” After meeting Kourtney Kardashian’s ex the RHOBH star seemed amused about her daughter’s relationship.

“He’s more handsome in person, and he was very nice,” Rinna said, managing a serious expression for a moment. “We had a very nice time. He met Harry [Hamlin], and there you go.”

It turns out Lisa Rinna has been friends with Kris Jenner for a long time. Lisa was around during all three births of Scott’s children. And she likely realizes that her teenage daughter and the father of three are in very different places in their lives.

Amelia’s mom told Andy Cohen that she has not yet spoken to Kris Jenner about the new relationship. She seems to consider the relationship a short-term fling. Scott was dating another young woman, Sofia Richie, just a few months before he started seeing Amelia.

Amelia Hamlin has grown up in front of the camera, often being seen in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills with her mother, her life isn’t quite as documented as her boyfriend’s. Scott Disick’s love life has been dissected for over a decade on Keeping Up With The Kardashians. Even his parenting style to children Mason, 11, Penelope, 8, and Reign, 6 has been in the spotlight.

Amelia Hamlin, not even old enough to legally drink, has years to decide if she is interested in motherhood. Lisa doesn’t seem too confident that this will last. But for now “it is what it is.”