Kim Kardashian has shared how she plans on going about her new relationship with the myserious 'Fred.'
In the latest episode of the Kardashians on Hulu, the reality star revealed that she had been set up with someone who she and Scott Disick refer to as "Drop Dead Fred."
While she dined with her sister Kourtney's ex, Kim explained that Fred "so meets the standards," but that she "wants to sneak around a bit" before going public with him.
"You obviously learn from every situation and the one thing I learned from last situation was the media made me feel like I was in a very serious relationship so quickly," she said in a confessional.
"I just want to sneak around a little bit. There's nothing wrong with wanting to sneak!"
Kim's confession comes after she admitted to feeling "guilty" after her relationship with Saturday Night Live comedian Pete Davidson fell apart, since he "went through a lot because of my relationship [with Kanye]."
Pete was the subject of online abuse led by Kanye, who had gone as far as including a claymation version of Pete in a video for his single "Eazy," in which the rapper kidnapped, tied up and buried him.
The comedian was said to be in trauma therapy due to Kanye's threatening posts after his nine-month relationship with Kim ended.
A source told People at the time: "The attention and negativity coming from Kanye and his antics is a trigger for [Pete], and he's had to seek out help."
Talking to Scott and her sister Khloe about her past and present dating situation, Kim said: "I’m single and I’m not ready to mingle and that's OK."
"Breakups are just like, not my thing. It's obviously sad ... [Nine months] is a long time," she continued, explaining that she and Pete, 29, "had talks and talks" and "both of us communicated really well about it."
As she moves on with 'Fred,' Kim was seen "smiling a lot" during her confessional on the show. Producers poked fun at her giddiness as she texted 'Fred' on her phone.
"That's a lot of smiling, young lady," one producer noted.
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