Fans of Keeping Up With The Kardashians and Kourtney and Kim Take Miami have most certainly heard Scott referring to himself both in the third person and as a Lord, because he does it constantly. We can’t in good conscience call it a nickname, because Scott gave the name to himself. Even so, where does this regal moniker come from? Why does Scott call himself Lord Disick?
Probably because he is, in fact, a Lord! Yes, really!
Before you get too impressed, you should know that he purchased the title.
Scott got obsessed with royalty on a trip to London with Kim and Rob Kardashian last year, and decided that there had to be a way for him to earn a place in the aristocracy. After some research, Scott took the route of countless wedding officiants and went online to buy his Lord-ship, complete with “authentic” knighting ceremony! Who knew?
We have to hand it to Scott for having the gall to buy his way into a title, even if he’s hardly displayed noble behavior since.
Luckily, from what we've seen he’s stopped referring to people as peasants, underlings, and townspeople, but we’re sure his Lord-ly cape is just waiting in a closet somewhere, ready to re-emerge. Maybe he’ll break it out to go with the custom “LD” eye patches Kourtney had made for him? It's only a matter of time.
But now for our real question: What’s the going rate for a lordship these days, anyway? It sounds like they can cost anywhere from £18.95 to £995, but apparently no matter what you pay, you’re still not a real noble. Sorry, Scotty!