Pete Davidson’s mother appears to be keeping up with her son’s romance. See what Amy Waters Davidson has to say about Pete’s future with Kim Kardashian.
Pete Davidson’s mother is live from the Instagram comments section!
As the Saturday Night Live star’s affair with Kim Kardashian continues, one family member appears to be cheering for the couple.
After a fan account shared a paparazzi snapshot of Pete and Kim driving around Los Angeles, one user showed their love for the couple, writing, “She will be pregnant with his child by the end of the year,” accompanied by a heart emoji.
Amy Waters Davidson, Pete’s mother, appears to have seen the message and chosen to respond. In a since-deleted comment, she said, “Yayyyy!” Fortunately, fans were paying attention and were able to capture screenshots.
Pete’s staff has been contacted by E! News to confirm the authenticity of the post.
Kim and Pete have been becoming closer while maintaining a long-distance relationship for the past few months. (He’s from New York, and she’s from Los Angeles.) Kim’s mother, Kris Jenner, has met the comedian, and her sister, Khloe Kardashian, has given her a wonderful recommendation.
Pete recently had a “wild” boys’ night with Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick, which he joked was a “wild” boys’ night. In truth, everyone was fast sleeping.
However, there are four extremely special persons in Kim’s life who have yet to meet Pete. The comedian has not been introduced to the SKIMS founder’s children, according to a source close to her.
But “Kim loves having him around her family and sisters,” the source added. “They are getting pretty serious and Kim’s excited to incorporate him more into her life.”
Kim claimed she is focusing on enjoying the good in her life, following the “high road,” and putting their children—North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2—first, despite the attention surrounding her continuing drama with ex Kanye West.
“He’s the father of my kids, I’ll always be protective,” she shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I always want my kids to see the best of the best, so I just try to—as hard as it can be sometimes—I do try to ignore it and do whatever’s best for the kids.”