Pete Davidson is 'excited' to become a dad

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  • Pete Davidson is opening up about his personal life in an interview with Kevin Hart.
  • The comedian speaks of his childhood and becoming a father in a sneak peek of Peacock's Hart to Heart.
  • The Saturday Night Live alum is currently dating Kim Kardashian.

Pete Davidson's next move? Becoming a dad.

The Saturday Night Live alum, who is currently dating Kim Kardashian, is opening up about his personal life. He tells Kevin Hart in a sneak peek clip of Peacock's Hart to Heart season two: "My favourite thing ever, which I have yet to achieve, is I want to have a kid. That's like my dream."

"I'm like, 'If my childhood was fine, I'd probably be a construction worker in Staten Island and be the happiest guy ever,'" Davidson says. "But that weird shit that it does to you made me love comedy."
-- Pete Davidson tells Kevin Hart

"Excited" to get to "that chapter" of his life, he reveals he didn't have the easiest childhood, but adds: "That's kind of what I'm just preparing for now, is trying to be as good as a dude and develop and get better, so when that happens, it's just easier."

Whether or not the comedian is at that stage yet with Kim Kardashian is unclear, though the two do seem to be going strong.

E! News reports, Davidson also recently got new ink: he tattooed the letters "knscp" on his collarbone above his "Jasmine" and "Aladdin" tattoo – the two appeared as the Disney characters together when the reality star hosted SNL in October – with fans pointing out the abbreviation could stand for the Skims founder's name along with her four kids, which she shares with ex Kanye West – North, Saint, Chicago and Psalm.

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