Pete Davidson has tattoo tribute to his first kiss with Kim Kardashian

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It’s “A Whole New World” for Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson.

Before he began dating the Skims founder, the “King of Staten Island” star was planning to remove all his tattoos; now, he just can’t stop adding new ones dedicated to his girlfriend.

In a new set of photos Kardashian posted to Instagram Monday, the couple cuddle up poolside, with Davidson showing off his ink while shirtless.

Along his clavicle (and partially covered by his gold necklace), there’s a tiny new tattoo paying homage to the first time the two kissed.

The design features the names “Jasmine” and “Aladdin” with an infinity sign in the middle, seemingly referencing the “SNL” skit the pair starred in together when Kardashian hosted the comedy show in October 2021 — and their apparent eternal love.

The sketch was obviously very important to the pair, as Kardashian has opened up about feeling a spark when they smooched for the first time and later asking a producer for Davidson’s phone number.

Plus, once Davidson and Kardashian made their relationship official, he gifted her the exact costumes they wore in the skit.

“Actually, for Valentine’s Day, he got me the rug and the whole outfits and the little genie lamp,” Kardashian told Jimmy Kimmel in April. “So I do own the rug.”

The ink is just one of “a few” that Davidson has dedicated to his lady love. He’s also got “KNSCP” — Kardashian’s first initial alongside those of her four children, North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm West — as well as a “my girl is a lawyer” tattoo honoring his girlfriend’s career ambitions.

Davidson even has Kardashian’s name branded on his chest, in perhaps his most intense show of commitment to their relationship thus far.

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