Kim Kardashian may very well be hearing the pitter-patter of tiny feet again after boyfriend Pete Davidson revealed it’s his “dream” to become a dad.

The comedian revealed to actor Kevin Hart that some mini-mes of his own is his “dream.”

“My favourite thing ever, which I have yet to achieve, is I want to have a kid,” Davidson said on an episode of Hart’s Peacock show, Hart to Heart.

“That’s like my dream,” Davidson said, adding that it was “super corny.”

Hart added, “It’s not super corny, it’s the best goddamn thing you can do in life.”

“It would also be so fun to dress up a little dude. I’m so excited for that chapter,” Davidson said.

He continued that being a father is something he’s “preparing for now” and that he’s “trying to be as good as a dude and develop and get better, so when that happens, it’s just easier.”

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It’s not surprising, given how hot and heavy Pete and Kim’s relationship has been from the get-go, something that was emphasised by the recent ink on Davidson’s neck in honour of Kim and her kids.

Fans took to the internet and put their best investigative skills to use and came to the conclusion that the tattoo on Pete Davidson’s neck was a set of initials. Many other fans theorised that the initials — which seem to be KNSCP — stand for Kim, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm.

While there’s no confirmation that that’s actually what the tattoo says and means, it certainly looks like those letters, and it certainly seems plausible that if it was those letters, that’s what they would stand for.

This also wouldn’t be the first time he’s gotten a tattoo in Kim’s honour. One tattoo on Pete Davidson’s chest reads ‘my girl is a lawyer’, which comes after Kim K has been studying at law school since 2019.

Another — well, not a tattoo, but actually a branding — is on the other side of Davidson’s chest, reading simply ‘Kim’.

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