Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson’s relationship, less than one year in, is “going better than ever, and they are closer and more in love than ever before,” a source told Entertainment Tonight. The two have talked about having children together, the source added. But there’s one person who isn’t a huge fan of Kete becoming more serious: Kanye West, Kardashian’s ex-husband. The source explained how Kardashian’s co-parenting relationship with West is these days—and why West still hasn’t given up his hope that they will someday reconcile. West and Kardashian share four children together: North, 9; Saint, 6; Chicago, 4; and Psalm, 3.
The source said, “Kanye is still bitter about everything, but he is attempting to accept that Pete is here to stay. Kanye will never fully give up on the idea of getting back together with Kim, but he is slowly understanding that it is getting less and less realistic, and that torments him. He is purposely laying low right now as he knows he has gotten himself into enough controversy, and he is finally recognizing that. Their co-parenting routine is manageable, and Kim is doing her best to make it work.”
As for Kardashian and Davidson’s own future, the source said, “Pete definitely wants to be a dad and him and Kim have spoken about that, but they are focused on building their relationship right now.”
“Kim supports Pete by being attentive to him, checking on him, and texting and FaceTiming him when they’re apart,” the source explained of how they maintain their tie now. “She has her own ways of making him feel special, and she certainly makes her presence known in his life. They have insane chemistry and can hardly keep their hands off of each other when they’re together in person. Once Pete is done filming, they are hoping to take a trip together as a celebration of the project being wrapped combined with a ‘reunion.’”
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