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This mom is keeping things mum.
Kris Jenner managed to avoid discussing daughter Kim Kardashian’s latest relationship with “Saturday Night Live” player Pete Davidson thanks to grand-daughter, Stormi Webster, crashing her latest interview.
During her Friday night appearance on CNN’s “New Year’s Eve Live” hosted by Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper, Cohen asked Jenner, 66, about the couple who have been spotted together from the east to west coast since Kardashian’s October appearance on “SNL” — where the pair shared a kiss during a sketch.
“Everyone is talking about Kim [Kardashian]’s new relationship with Pete Davidson. Have you had the chance to spend time with them? How are they as a couple?” Cohen, 53, asked Jenner via video chat.
“You’re always digging, Andy,” Cooper interjected, to which Cohen replied, “Yes, I am.”
As if on cue, Stormi — the three-year-old daughter of Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott — then walks into frame, saving Jenner from the awkward moment.
“You have a visitor,” Cooper noted, to which Jenner replied, “I know, that’s little Stormi. Hey, Stormi. You sit right here,” she said as the toddler sat on her lap.
“Nice distraction! Good timing, Stormi. Perfect. Right on cue.”
Jenner has, indeed, spent time with the new couple, hosting a birthday bash for Davidson just weeks into their courtship.
The trio — along with Public Enemy icon Flavor Flav — all posed together for a cozy photo-op on the couch in matching Skims pajamas during the celebration in November.
A source even claims that Jenner is “obsessed” with Davidson, which should come as no surprise considering her rocky relationship with Kim’s ex, Kanye West.
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