Kim Kardashian has had one year. Between her divorce application in February 2021 from the estranged husband Kanye West and the end of her family’s long-running reality TV show Keeping up with the Kardashians, it seems that the SKIMS mogul and mother of four has undergone something of a transition. But now that her newfound relationship with Pete Davidson is flourishing, we finally get a bit more potential insight into Kardashian’s attraction to Saturday Night Live star.
“The last few years of Kim’s life have been super intense a lot of the time, so this is a really positive transition for her,” a source close to the star told Us Weekly. “She learns to get past the stress of everyday life and focus on the fun and sexy things.” In fact, since her host concert in late October SNL, Kardashian has apparently embraced this new chapter in her life – along with her new romance.
Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian might be spending the holidays together! 🎄🎁 https://t.co/pcmuFBUzbu
– SheKnows (@SheKnows) November 23, 2021
After a few casual dinner dates, Davidson and Kardashian officially announced their relationship. The couple has since been seen out in the city – with The King of the State of Iceland the star apparently has a love bite in the neck. This outing also came after the Kardashians celebrated Davidson’s 28th birthday together.
However, the new couple’s relationship continues to unfold as the social media stomach’s divorce case with West continues to unfold in public. To add to that stress, the rapper apparently stated that he does not even think the two are officially divorced – and claims that he has not seen the papers.
With all of this in mind, Kardashian’s relationship with Davidson makes some sense. The last year was definitely a transition point for Kardashian, who handled a lot of private stress in public. No wonder she wants to put a little more focus on the “fun and sexy things” in life, and it seems she has found that with Davidson.
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