On Sunday night, Kim Kardashian West and Pete Davidson were seen walking hand-in-hand in Santa Monica, California, heading to Italian restaurant Giorgio Baldi. Kardashian wore an open leather skirt over leggings, elbow-length leathers gloves, sunglasses with a baseball cap and a turtleneck, while carrying a small silver bag. That may have been her version of a casual date night outfit, but Davidson wore a t-shirt, bomber jacket, jeans and a baseball cap as well, which read “Uncle Paulio’s.” His nails were painted black.
The couple ate in a private room, then got into Davidson’s Lamborghini SUV after he held open the car door for her. Inside, they were photographed laughing and one snapshot had fans speculating Davidson might be sporting a hickey on his neck.
Kardashian and Davidson were first linked together in October, after again being photographed holding hands. At the time, they were riding a rollercoaster at Knott’s Scary Farm and claimed to be “just friends.” Since then, they’ve announced publicly that they’re dating, and Kardashian even hosted a party for Davidson’s birthday in Palm Springs during which they wore matching pajamas with her mother Kris Jenner and rapper Flavor Flav.
A source told ET that they’re having a lot of fun, but it’s still early stages.
“Kim and Pete are dating and having a great time together,” the source said. “Pete is a romantic and goes out of his way to make Kim feel special. Kim thinks Pete is hysterical and he’s constantly making her laugh, but they also have been connecting on a deeper level.”
Another source explained, “Pete and Kim are 100 percent dating and are very into each other. They are pretty much inseparable and very affectionate when they’re together. They are supportive of each other’s projects and are really taking an interest in what the other is passionate about. Pete has been in a great mood since him and Kim got together and he is very calm, chill and easy to get along with.”
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