Fans were quite quick to get on board when Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson split up after nine months, and many wondered what might have happened?
Given Kim Kardashian's racy remarks to her team before the trip down Under, it turns out the couple had serious discussions about their future.
As much as they had a great time, they also had some very deep discussions that led them to them ultimately deciding to break up. There's still a lot of potential for the relationship to continue strong, but at this point Kim appears to be certain that it's over.
The standup comedian-turned-actor is in Australia filming Wizards!, and his schedule has only continued to grow busy, with Pete Davidson taking on a lot of projects following his departure from Saturday Night Live. The couple was already bicoastal, with Kim Kardashian in California and the actor Bodies Bodies Bodies in New York, so the extra distance and short breaks ultimately proved too much.
The fact that Pete is rapidly becoming more active in Australia has put a lot of pressure on things, and the distance has been difficult to navigate. Kim wants to stay in Australia for an extended period of time, but she just isnt at a position in her life where she can do that.
Despite Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's efforts to make it work, the pair are simply at different points in their lives. Kardashian already has four children, according to the source.
Kim doesn't want the same things as him right now. She has children and, although she'd be open to more, that's not her main focus. She loves being a mother to her kids, but they are all getting to the point where she can't care for them.
Kanye West was apparently not the reason the couple failed to reach an agreement, despite reports that Pete Davidson was in need of trauma treatment following the attacks waged by Kim Kardashian's ex-husband. When Ye returned on Instagram to roast the former SNL cast member, she defended him against the rapper.
When The Kardashians returns to Hulu subscribers for Season 2 on Thursday, September 22, I had hope, but it ain't in the cards. In the meantime, Season 1 is available for streaming, and be sure to check out our 2022 TV Schedule to see what other premieres are coming up.