Kim Kardashian hints at Pete Davidson breakup as she says she wants to avoid making the 'same mistakes'
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Kim Kardashian has said she wants to avoid making the ‘same mistakes’ when dating, following her breakup from Pete Davidson.
Kardashian, 42, has been married three times, having eloped with music producer Damon Thomas in 2000 when she was just 19, before going on to wed NBA player Kris Humphreys in 2011 - resulting in them filing for divorce after 72 days of marriage.
However, they broke up less than a year later.
Now, the mum of four is determined not to make the ‘same mistakes’ with dating, having spoken about the lessons learnt from her love life on the latest episode of the On Purpose with Jay Shetty podcast.
"I think I’ll always be a hopeless romantic and always want to be in love and definitely love sharing my life with someone and love creating a life with someone,” Kardashian said.
Kardashian dated Davidson before her divorce from West was finalised, but appears to have become more cautious with her public romances since.
While she did not name her former flame in the interview, she alluded to the fact that she wanted to do things differently next time.
Speaking about the prospect of dating again, Kardashian continued: “I definitely will take my time, and I think there's so many factors especially when you have kids and being mindful of people that enter in your life.
"If I can look at everything that I did wrong and try to not make the same mistakes and really take my time, I think it just has to be different for me."
Kardashian said it was ‘hard’ to know how to approach dating, asking: “Because how do you go about it?
“There's so many factors, but I’ll always believe in love and I’ll always want that and I think that’s such a magical part of life. But I think I’m so comfortable taking my time to not rush it."
She added: "There's so much going on that I'm not lonely, and I think that that is really important.
"I believe, like, I always believe. And I think that whatever’s meant to be will be."