Since March 2, Kim Kardashian has been officially divorced from Kanye West, and has since been enjoying her newfound freedom. In an interview with Vogue, the influencer explained why she had decided to end their love story after seven years of relationship: “For so long, I did what made other people happy. And I think that two years ago I decided that I was going to make myself happy. And that really makes me feel good. And even though it created changes and caused my divorce, I think it’s important to be honest with yourself about what really makes us happy. I chose myself. And I think it’s ok to choose yourself,” she said.

A few months after their separation, Kim Kardashian had found love in the arms of Pete Davidson. While the young woman was initially discreet about this new idyll, she finally decided not to hide anymore, and even agreed to talk about her relationship on the set of Ellen DeGeneres on Wednesday March 16.

A tattoo in tribute to the future career of Kim Kardashian?

“I have the cutest pictures of the two of us and I wish I was there like ‘oh my god we’re so cute’ but I was like ‘don’t be so desperate, don’t post too much, just give a preview’. I don’t know what’s the best thing to do. I haven’t had a new relationship since before Instagram,” she explained on the American talk show. Kim Kardashian had also indicated that Pete Davidson had been tattooed on his collarbone, in his honor. “That’s what tattooed people do, they get tattooed, what happens in their lives,” she added.

And this Saturday, March 26, the influencer unveiled the drawing of her companion, on her Instagram account. In a story, we therefore discover an inscription actually engraved on the collarbone of his darling: “My Girl Is A Lawyer”, which can be translated as “My girlfriend is a lawyer”. A nice attention to his companion, who revealed on December 13 to have validated the first of two exams to become a lawyer in California.

Kim Kardashian © Backgrid UK

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