Scott Disick Is Knighted 'Lord of the Manner'

July 16, 2012 By:
Scott Disick Is Knighted 'Lord of the Manner'

And now for some proof that the world really is coming to an end: Scott Disick has achieved British nobility.

That’s right, when you were busy watching actual good TV on Sunday like the season premiere of “Breaking Bad,” “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” was busy on its European trek. While on the excursion, Kourtney’s beau was honored with this royal tradition of the UK.

Taking a knee, the reality star recited the time-honored oath (which he butchered at one point). Meanwhile, in a cutaway interview, Disick described his decision to get knighted in the first place.

"Whether it's Sir Disick, Lord Disick, Count Disick -- becoming royal is going to get me the respect I deserve," Disick, 29, said prior to pledging his allegiance to the laws of England and Wales. "I don't have to be walking around like some peasant. I'm royalty!"

Gag, vomit, and gouge my eyes out…

Thankfully, authenticity of the knighthood seems about as legit as the backfiring ACME products that Wile E. Coyote kept getting trucked in to the desert.

For starters, the “ceremony” took place in a pub called The Mayflower… Actually, enough said.

“I crown you Scott Disick, the new Lord of the Manner,” the ceremony official proclaimed, cloaking Scott in a fur coat and faux crown.

Keep in mind this is the same guy who is the father of two. Disick welcomed his daughter Penelope on July 8th.

Rob Kardashisan watched on in the background, drinking a beer. He played along kissing Scott’s newly royal hands.

If you must, “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” airs Sundays at 9/8 c.