KIM Kardashian and new boyfriend Pete Davidson went Instagram official this week, but the two are still trying to “figure” their relationship out.
The 41-year-old reality star and the Saturday Night Live comedian, 28, have been spending a lot of time together since Halloween weekend, when they were spotted holding hands at a theme park.
Despite Kim and Pete often being seen out on dates together and recently appearing in matching pajamas on social media, they are working on keeping their romance a bit more “low-key” for now, according to Page Six.
A source told the outlet that the couple, who went to Staten Island instead of the more celebrity-loved Manhattan for one of their first dates, want to keep things as “private” as possible.
The insider said: “They’re still getting to know each other, and want as little pressure as possible.
“They’re trying to keep it under wraps. They’re dating. There’s no formal title.
“They’re dating and getting to know each other — still figuring it out.”
The source added: “They’re having fun, and they make each other laugh. It’s really fun."
As of right now, there are reportedly “no plans” for Pete to be part of the filming for the Kardashians’ new Hulu reality series.
Instead, the two seem to be working on a whole other type of project together.
After hosting SNL last month to hit ratings and now having a comedian boyfriend from the show, Kim is reportedly working on making a bigger name for herself in that world.
KEEPING UP WITH THE LAUGHS?
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum is “in talks to launch a comedy tour” with the help of Pete and momager Kris Jenner.
A source exclusively told The Sun that the mega-famous reality star has been working out the content for the live show with Pete this past week.
“Pete is working on it with her, and Kris Jenner is behind it. They are writing the show now. That’s why Pete’s in Palm Springs,” the insider stunningly revealed.
The source continued: “Kim is in talks to do a comedy tour. She can sell tickets live to anything, now she just needs an act.
“Let’s be honest, Kim-live could sell out Madison Square Garden! Now she just needs an act, and Saturday Night Live has given her all the confidence she needs to pull it off.”
The insicer said the act will be a mix of comedy and personal stories, and likened it to shows like Oprah Winfrey’s 2020 Vision tour and Katie Couric’s Going There tour.’
Pete has been helping Kim hone in on her comedic skills, and helped her write the jokes for long-time friend Simon Huck’s wedding rehearsal dinner, which scored rave reviews from guests and fans alike.
During her speech, Kim cracked: "When Simon asked me to talk tonight, I was a little bit confused 'cause I uh haven't really figured out this marriage thing myself so I don't know what advice I can give to you guys.”
The actor has been working with Kim to improve her skills since her time hosting the NBC sketch show.
A source told Radar: “Pete was more supportive than anyone in the cast when Kim hosted.
“He went out of his way to make sure she was comfortable and even took time to privately coach Kim to make sure all her jokes landed.
KIM'S NEW ROMANCE
During the show, Kim and Pete shocked fans when they kissed during their sketch of Disney's Aladdin.
After the memorable moment, fans were once again surprised after Kim, who filed for divorce from husband Kanye West earlier this year, was spotted holding hands with Pete during a trip to Knott's Scary Farm in California.
This week, they confirmed dating rumors when they were pictured holding hands in an even more public setting.
In photos obtained by Daily Mail, the couple looked giddy and held hands as they prepared to jet out of Palm Springs on Wednesday.
The sighting came one day after Kim and Pete were pictured celebrating the the funnyman's 28th birthday in Palm Springs with Kris and rapper Flavor Flav.
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