Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson Were Seen Holding Hands at Knott’s Scary Farm, But They’re ‘Just Friends,’ a Source Explains

Kim Kardashian, 41, was pictured Friday riding a rollercoaster with Pete Davidson, 27, at Knott’s Scary Farm in Buena Park, California. The pair was seen holding hands in exclusive photographs obtained by PEOPLE while riding a rollercoaster with friends.

Kourtney Kardashian, Kim’s sister, and her fiancé Travis Barker joined them for the outing. Davidson and Barker are acquainted through Machine Gun Kelly, a mutual buddy.

“They hang in the same circles so they will be together from time to time,” a source tells PEOPLE. “It’s just friends hanging out.”

Kim enjoyed an on-screen kiss with Pete earlier this month while hosting Saturday Night Live for the first time. They previously partied at Kid Cudi’s birthday party in January 2019, alongside Timothée Chalamet and Kim’s husband Kanye West, from whom she is now divorcing.

Kim began dating Kanye, 44, and the couple got married in Florence, Italy, in 2014. After a tumultuous year in their marriage, Kim filed for divorce from the rapper in February after six years of marriage. They’ve maintained their amicable relationship while focusing on co-parenting their children: daughters North, 8, and Chicago, 3, as well as sons Saint, 5, and Psalm, 2.

Kanye was recently spotted in New York City, cheering on his former spouse during her Saturday Night Live debut. She previously attended several listening events in August for his tenth studio album Donda.

“Kim and Kanye are friends, but that’s it. She is still moving forward with the divorce,” a source told PEOPLE this month. “She loves having Kanye’s support, though. They were not in a good place around the time Kim filed for divorce. She is so happy that things are better now. It’s all very beneficial for the kids.”

In the past, Pete has dated Cazzie David, Kaia Gerber, Kate Beckinsale, Phoebe Dynevor, Margaret Qualley, and he was engaged to Ariana Grande for a brief while in 2018.

Kim and Pete’s representatives did not immediately reply to calls for comment from PEOPLE.