Kim Kardashian is getting serious with her new boyfriend Pete Davidson and is planning on bringing him to her family's annual Christmas Eve extravaganza — despite her ex-Kanye West continuing to try and win her back with public pleas.
Sources close to the couple claim the two have coordinated their busy schedules to make sure they see each other for the holidays.
An insider told Deuxmoi, "Kim is flying into New York City this week to see Pete and will also attend the Christmas special of SNL."
The two lovebirds seem to be smitten and Kim is even ready to introduce Pete to her extended family at the Christmas Eve party.
Kim — who in the past has commanded $1 million for a NYE party appearance — is planning to ring in the New Year with Pete in Miami.
The former Keeping Up With The Kardashians star is clearly keeping her schedule booked to avoid any run-ins with her ex-husband Kanye. She is going full steam ahead with her romance with Pete and her divorce despite the rapper's public pleas for a reconciliation.
Earlier this month, during an appearance at Rolling Loud, Kanye took the stage and pleaded with Kim to run back to him. Kim — who was in the crowd with their kids — was reportedly embarrassed by his antics
Days later, Kim filed a declaration in her divorce pleading with the court to move it along despite Kanye dragging his feet.
Kim writes, "No counseling or reconciliation effort will be of any value at this time." She added, "Irreconcilable differences have existed and continue to exist between [Kanye] and me, which have caused our marriage to irretrievably break down."
Kim explained Kanye has made the divorce difficult by not responding to her. "I have been attempting to settle our dissolution with [Kanye] since I filed for divorce in February 2021." She adds, "I have requested several times that [Kanye] agree to bifurcate and terminate our marital status. [He] has not responded to my request."
"Kanye and I both deserve the opportunity to build new lives. Therefore, I am asking that my request to bifurcate and terminate our marital status be granted," Kim wrote in court documents.