Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson have reportedly split after nine months of dating, but how will that affect the reality star’s relationship with Kanye West?
Not much, according to E! News, though a source told the publication that the exes “are happily co-parenting” their four children as divorce proceedings continue. Though Kardashian was declared legally single in March, the pair are still ironing out the details regarding finances and custody over North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.
This matches a recent statement made by Kardashian’s lawyer, Laura Wasser, during a virtual appearance at an L.A. court hearing on August 5. “The parties are getting along and are in communication,” she told Judge Steve Cochran, per Entertainment Tonight.
Another source told E! News that Kardashian and West “are fully aligned in making their kids their priority.” Recently, Kim Kardashian and her children even took part in a Yeezy campaign, which the SKIMS mogul promoted on Instagram. “Kim was happy to be asked to be a part of the campaign with the kids and to support Kanye in this way,” the source said. “But it’s not a sign of them getting back together.”
This amicable behavior marks a significant shift in their dynamic since West spent weeks taking personal shots at his ex-wife and Pete Davidson in his music and on social media earlier this year. Before Kardavidson was even a thing, Kanye West took issue with their on-screen Saturday Night Live kiss in October 2021. “How you gonna bring me to SNL and then kiss the dude you dating right in front of me,” he said on the Hollywood Unlocked podcast in January, though Kardashian and Davidson did not actually get together until well after her hosting debut.