Kim Kardashian Says she 'Feels Good' about Her Relationship with Pete Davidson


LOS ANGELES – Nearly five months since Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson were first romantically linked, Kardashian says she is now in a good place in her life, according to People Magazine.


Kardashian, 41, and Davidson, 28, have continued to enjoy outings together in public and made their relationship Instagram official.


During a recent interview with Ellen Degeneres, she was asked how she felt about her new relationship.


"It feels good," the SKIMS mogul responded. "I think it's just in life, like no matter what it is, I just think I encourage my friends and the people that I love just to be happy. And I went for it. I was like, 'You know what, I'm in my 40s like f--- it, just go for it. Find your happiness.' I went for it and I took my time. I found it and it feels so good. I want to hold on to that forever."


In February, Davidson called Kardashian his "girlfriend" for the first time in an interview with People (The TV Show!) host Kay Adams.


"Kim is crazy about Pete. He is spending most of his time in L.A. now," a source told People this week.


"He is slowly getting to know her kids. Kim is not pushing it though," the source says of The Kardashian’s four children — daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 4, and sons Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2½.


"Pete doesn't spend the night at her house. Kim wants it to be a comfortable situation for everyone," the source added.

As her relationship with Davidson grew, the former “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” star has been dealing with the ongoing divorce from Kanye West. She filed for divorce from West, 44, in February 2021 after seven years of marriage and this month, a judge declared she was legally single this month.


The source said of Davidson meeting their children: "She wants to be respectful of Kanye too."

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