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Did Scott Disick And Sofia Richie Get Married In Spain Over The Weekend?

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Jul. 15 2018, Published 1:08 p.m. ET

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Scott Disick and Sofia Richie shot down rumors last month that they split after a year of dating. Now, has the couple pulled a fast one on everyone by getting married overseas in Spain?

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Scott and Sofia were spotted getting hot and heavy with one another all over the world since word got out that they were an item last year.

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Things looked like they came to a screeching halt last month, as word got out that she broke up with him for allegedly cheating on her.

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He debunked those rumors a day later, captioning a photo of them on his Instagram with "We had no idea we even broke up but thanks for thinking of us."

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So have they decided to take a major step in the relationship and get hitched?

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Not yet, however he did take her to the wedding of designer Jill Stuart's daughter Morgan Curtis, according to Page Six.

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He was the reported best man for the nuptials, which took place at the Finca Cortesin Hotel in Casares, Spain. A guest told Page Six that he did make a speech at the wedding, along with the mother of the bride. So question is... will there be a separate wedding in the future for Scott and Sofia?

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Do you think Scott and Sofia will ever walk down the aisle? Sound off in the comments.

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