THE Royal Family can’t stand His Lordship SCOTT DISICK and the rest of the Ka-Trash-ian Klan!

The Kardashian hanger-on made a mockery of British tradition when he bought a knighthood over the In­ternet before a trip to London last year, had an authentic knighting ceremony, dubbed himself “Lord Disick” and just recently held a buffoonish “kneel-before-me” bash that aired on the Kardashian’s hit show, ‘Kim and Kourtney Take Miami’.

Insiders say the reigning royals are totally fed up with Kourtney Kardashian’s live-in boyfriend’s obnoxious antics, and they don’t want to have anything to do with him – or the rest of the Kardashian clan, which have been trying to wangle their way into the queen’s good graces.

“They feel like Scott is making a mockery of all the royals and despise him,” a palace source said.

“It doesn’t matter how much money Scott or the Kardashians have, or who they are. The royals don’t want to associate with these reality TV stars.”

Last sum­mer, Scott, Kourtney, and a few other Kar­dashian family members took a trip to London where Scott “purchased” his phony royal title over the Inter­net. (Knighthoods are not for sale. It’s an honorary title bestowed by the queen.)

“Lord Disick” then took part in a knighting ceremony.

“Be c oming royal is going to get me the respect I de­serve,” he said before the event. “I don’t have to be walking around like some peasant. I’m roy­alty!”

He donned a crown and later snubbed “commoners” at a night­club appearance, refusing to shake their hands or pose for photos.

Said the source: “Despite what he may think, wearing crowns around London and buying himself a title does not give Scott automatic  any access to the royal family at all.”

Scott only made himself look worse when he threw a booze-fueled medieval-themed feast for his friends – while Kourtney was out of town with the couple’s two kids – son Mason, 3, and 8-month-old daughter Penelope. The bash occurred during an episode of “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami” that aired March 17.

Sitting atop a white Bentley and dressed as “Lord Disick,” Scott jokingly announced to the cameras: “It’s time for other people to appreciate the Lord! The girls are gone so I figured, what better way to share my royal title with some of my friends and let them feel what it’s like to be me. Then they have to leave like peas­ants.”

The flamboyant party in­cluded a table full of friends wearing fake gold crowns, a little person dressed as a court jester, a butler, royal guards and women throwing flower petals at Scott’s feet.

“He’s just making an ass of himself, and is apparently too self-obsessed to even notice how pathetic and desperate he looks,” added the insider.

The Kardashians have been trying to rub shoulders with the British monarchs for some time, and Kim, 32, was crushed when she got the royal brush-off from Kate Middle­ton after putting the word out that she’d like to “take tea” with the future queen. Kate also returned free clothing sent by Kim from her UK collection.

“Kim wasn’t happy because she’s obsessed with Kate,” added a close source, “but the Duchess of Cambridge and the royal family has no interest in becoming part of the Kar­dashian publicity machine.”