Kim Kardashian just spoke about Pete Davidson romance for the first time

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Kim Kardashian has finally addressed her romance with Pete Davidson, after being coyly asked who her favourite Saturday Night Live comedian is.

The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star and Pete were first linked following her SNL presenting gig back in October. After sources claimed they had been 'texting all day', Pete was spotted with a love bite - and the pair were later photographed holding hands.

While Pete has already made some jokes about the pair, Kim hasn't addressed their romance in so many words until now. In a new interview, the 41-year-old was asked who her favourite Saturday Night Live comedian is, and answered in the most coy way.

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Replying to Bari Weiss's question on podcast Honestly With Bari Weiss, Kim joked, "What a setup, what a setup, Bari. You know who it is."

While *slightly* dodging the question, it's pretty clear who Kim's referring to.

This comes as a source at Us Weekly said that while they're taking things casually, Kim and Pete are really happy in each other's coming. "He makes her feel good and she's excited to see what happens," the source alleged.

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Kim is apparently "always" smiling and excited" after hanging out with Davidson, who "makes her laugh," with the insider adding, "everything flows well" between them.

OK, so this isn't exactly a gushing admission from Kim or even a Kourtney Kardashian/Travis Barker style PDA, but we'll take what we can get.

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