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Scott Disick’s modelling past discovered

Published 17/01/2013

Scott Disick’s teenage modelling photos have been revealed.

As the boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian, Scott has enjoyed fame thanks to her reality TV show and socialite status.

Now it seems the father of Kourtney’s two children, Mason and Penelope, was a star even before meeting the 33-year-old.

In Touch magazine has uncovered snaps of the 29-year-old, gracing the cover of teenage romance series Heartland, which is set on a horse farm.

On the two discovered pictures, Scott looks pensively into the distance, clad in a cable-knit sweater and rancher’s jacket and sporting a much shorter hairdo.

In both snaps, a female model poses next to him, also looking very serious for the camera.

Taken in 2001, it’s thought Scott was 17 or 18 at the time.

Whereas he has since had an image overhaul and displays a very confident personality on reality show Keeping up with the Kardashians, he’s not always been so flamboyant.

A model who worked with Scott when he was younger, says he used to be shy.

“Scott was an awkward teenager - completely different than how he portrays himself now,” she opened up to InTouch.

“He really just came in, got make-up done, stood in front of the camera and left pretty silently, too.

“Nothing at all like the Scott we know now 12 years later.”

Thanks to his outspoken nature and loud fashion sense, the once-awkward teenager has now amassed plenty of fans from appearing on the Kardashians’ TV show.

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