Kim Kardashian was 'trying to hide' during outing with Pete Davidson at Knott’s Scary Farm as pair seen 'holding hands'
KIM Kardashian and Pete Davidson were "spotted holding hands" while out with Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker.
An onlooker revealed that it looked as if Kim was "trying to hide."
The group outing took place at Knott's Berry Farm, or "Scary Farm" for Halloween, theme park on Saturday night.
A TikTok video from a fan caught Pete, 27, Kim, 40, Kourtney, 42, and Travis, 45,all together walking around the theme park.
Kim's group apparently included her assistant, Stephanie Shepherd, singer-songwriter Harry Hudson, and other friends.
In the short clip, The Blink-182 drummer led the group across with his partner behind him.
Then, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and the Saturday Night Live comedian were spotted holding hands during a rollercoaster ride, according to People.
However, a source exclusively revealed to Us Weekly that "looks can be deceiving."
The eyewitness revealed that the star-studded group got A-list treatment at the attractions as they were able to cut lines.
The onlooker noted: "Kim and Pete seemed like good friends," adding that they were spotted around 1:20 a.m.
They continued: "Kim seemed very chill.
It did seem like she was trying to hide."
The insider added that there were over a dozen security guards with the big group.
The source noticed Pete and Kim weren't attached at the hip by any means and mingled with everyone in their group.
A different insider told People that the trip to Knott's Scary Farm was "just friends hanging out."
They added: "They hang in the same circles so they will be together from time to time."
Reps for Kim and Pete have not responded to the publication's request for comment.
THE KISS ON TV
Back at the beginning of October, Kim and Pete had planted a kiss during her SNL hosting debut.
During the wild episode, Kim and the King of Staten Island actor puckered up during their hilarious sketch of Disney's Aladdin.
During the scene, Pete, who was dressed up as Aladdin, confessed he might not be able to handle his partner "sexually."
Kim, who played the role of Princess Jasmine, asked: "Do you feel self-conscious because I’m the daughter of a Sultan and you are just a lowly street rat?
"Are you intimidated that I’m friends with a ton of wealthy celebrities and your only friend is a monkey?"
Pete revealed: "Jasmine, as we start getting more intimate, I’m just a little concerned that physically, I can’t handle you…
"If we go all the way, you might like break me…My thing might just break.
"Look at us.
"You’re a lot of woman and I’m so frail because all I eat is stolen bread."
He went on: "I want to do everything with you, see the world, laugh together, sing songs and do sex."
Kim responded: "Aladdin, don’t worry.
"I’m sure that you’re more than enough man for me."
Kim filed for divorce from the Donda rapper, Kanye West, 44, back in February.
The former couple – who were married for nearly seven years – share four kids: North, eight, Saint, five, Chicago, three, and Psalm, two.
KIM'S SINGLE LIFE
As for what she's looking for in a relationship now, Kim admitted during the Keeping Up With The Kardashians Reunion Show Part 1 that she's changed so much since getting together with Kanye.
She said: "What I was looking for and who I was years ago, was completely different than who I am today," noting that she would be open to dating a non-celebrity.
She added: "Just someone that would understand what this life is about, though.
"I value privacy, and I just want something that's, like, really real."
An insider with Us Weekly shared that dating concerns Kim at the moment.
The source said: "She's not focused on dating at the moment but actually worries that guys will not want to date her because of how public her relationship was with Kanye."
The source added at the time: "She knows how hard it is to build trust with someone so she thinks it's going to take time before letting someone into her private life."
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