• Kim Kardashian's boyfriend Pete Davidson is "slowly getting to know" her children, a report says
  • The couple is reportedly "not rushing it though"
  • The "SNL" star was recently spotted spending time with Kardashian's eldest daughter, North

Kim Kardashian's boyfriend Pete Davidson is getting to know her children after forming a bond with her mother and sisters, according to a report.

The "Saturday Night Live" star was recently spotted spending time with Kardashian's eldest child, North, marking the first time the comedian had been photographed with any of her kids.

Following the sighting, an unnamed insider confirmed to People that the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" alum is starting to introduce her kids to her boyfriend of six months. Kardashian shares four children with estranged husband Kanye West — daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 4, and sons Saint, 6, and Psalm, 2.

"Pete is slowly getting to know Kim's kids too," the insider says. "They are not rushing it though."

On Sunday afternoon, Davidson and North cruised around Scott Disick's gated community in Los Angeles, near Kardashian's house.

In photos and footage obtained by TMZ, North appeared to be sitting on Davidson's lap as the duo rode on Kardashian's pink, electric Moke car. Disick's daughter Penelope was also with them during the 30-minute ride, unnamed sources told the outlet.

Davidson and Kardashian were first romantically linked in October last year after they were spotted holding hands on a rollercoaster at Knott's Scary Farm in Buena Park, California. They also shared an onscreen kiss earlier that month on "SNL" when the reality star made her hosting debut.

Kardashian filed for divorce from West in February last year, and the exes have since been co-parenting their four children.

In an ABC special that aired Wednesday night, the Skims founder spoke about her public divorce from West and opened up about their current co-parenting situation following the Yeezy founder's online attacks against her, her family and Davidson in recent months.

"You want to take the high road and sometimes it's hard. I've always been a champion of him speaking his truth," Kardashian told Robin Roberts.

West had criticized Kardashian's style of parenting, particularly her decision to allow their daughter North to use TikTok. The rapper also launched public attacks on Davidson, including depicting a claymation version of the comedian being kidnapped, tied up and buried alive in his recent "Eazy" music video.

Kardashian said that she has been honest and open to her children about their divorce and that their eldest children are aware of their parents' ongoing differences.

"You have to just be there for them," Kardashian said. "No matter what, even in this crazy life that we live, you just have to have a really open dialogue with your children. Kanye and I have had conversations. We have to talk daily for the kids so you know, I hate that it had to play out like that. But when it comes to family, I mean, Kanye and I will always be family."

"At the end of the day, I just want my kids to be happy and healthy, and think the world of their dad," she added. "And they do."

An unnamed source close to the Kardashians recently told Page Six that West has promised his estranged wife that he will "go away to get better" and that he won't be "making any public appearances or inflammatory social media statements."

Following the report, West skipped Sunday's Grammy Awards ceremony and canceled his scheduled performances for the upcoming Coachella festival.

It remains unclear what exactly West's plans are, but the "Donda" artist's spokesperson confirmed that he is determined to work with Kardashian for the sake of their children.

"At this time, Ye is committed to a healthy co-parenting relationship with Kim and is and focused on raising their beautiful children," a rep for West told the outlet.

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PASADENA, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 18: Kim Kardashian West of 'The Justice Project' speaks onstage during the 2020 Winter TCA Tour Day 12 at The Langham Huntington, Pasadena on January 18, 2020 in Pasadena, California. David Livingston/Getty Images