Sofia Richie Is Sparking Romance Rumors With Music Executive Elliot Grainge
Music in your ears Sofia Richie has a new man in her life!
The 22-year-old model was spotted on a take-out appointment with music manager Elliot Grainge on Monday April 5th. The new couple picked up food from the Matsuhisa Beverly Hills Japanese restaurant. Elliot, 27, was behind the wheel while Sofia sat in the passenger seat at his side with a big smile.
They've been spending more time together lately, and she even posted a mirror selfie with him on her Instagram on March 26th. The photo showed the couple in an elevator with their face masks next to a sunflower emoji in the caption.
Elliot owns the 10K Projects record label and has worked with Surfaces, Iann Dior, Poor Stacy, Internet Money, and other artists, according to Forbes. He's clearly keeping things private, however, as he hasn't posted on his Instagram account, which has 35,000 followers (Sofia isn't one of them).
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As the king of the music industry, the duo already have a lot in common. Much like Sofia - whose father is four-time Grammy winner Lionel Richie - Elliot is also the child of a music legend. His father is Lucian Grainge, the CEO of Universal Music Group, who helped shape the careers of icons like The Rolling Stones, ABBA, Sting and Amy Winehouse, as well as pop stars Lady Gaga, Rihanna and Sam Smith.
Sofia Richie, Elliot Grainge
"They have been friends for years and Elliot is also close to Sofia's brother Miles," a source told Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday.
Before Sofia got in touch with Elliot, he dated Matthew Morton, the co-founder of Cha Cha Matcha, for a few months, but they broke up in December.
"They weren't seriously dating and only saw each other casually, but the relationship definitely boiled up," a source told E! News at the time. "Nothing special happened, neither of them are ready for anything serious."
As E! Fans know she was previously linked to the self-proclaimed Lord Scott Disick for three years before they officially split in August 2020.
"Friends cited their age difference of 15 as a problem," another source told E! News. "He's in a very different place in his life, really focused on a quieter lifestyle, his kids and his investment businesses. [Sofia] is still trying to figure out what she wants to do, which has drifted her apart over time. "
Sofia subtly addressed her goodbye on Instagram with a poem in December. It read, "You loved the person I was, I love the person I become."
Three months later, Scott revealed one of the biggest reasons the breakup actually had to do with his ex, Kourtney Kardashian.
On a new episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, he stated, "I feel like she was just about to start ousting Kourtney ... And I said, 'This is the most important thing to me, my kids and these are mine Family - and the only family I have including you guys. '"
The father of three said she did not want to share it with Kourtney. According to Scott, "she then literally said with an ultimatum," You have to choose me or Kourtney. "
After the reveal aired on KUWTK, an insider claimed Sofia just wanted to move on.
"It was no secret that they had their ups and downs when it came to Kourtney," the source shared. "When Kourtney and Scott got closer and started spending more time with the kids, Sofia had a big problem with it. She thought she was going to lose him to Kourtney and was jealous at times."
The source also said that she wished the ultimatum "kept private" between the couple. "Sofia has moved on and left the drama behind. At this point there is no chance they will ever get back together," added the insider.
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