Kim Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr

Kim Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr. Split After Short Romance

Kim Kardashian and Odell Beckham Jr. have ended their relationship after less than a year of dating, as reported by multiple outlets on April 30th. The 43-year-old reality TV star and the 31-year-old football wide receiver parted ways on their quiet romance, with no animosity between them.

According to a source speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Kim and Odell were always transparent about their future, whether together or apart. Despite the breakup, they remain on good terms, having started as friends and maintaining that friendship. Both are committed to respecting each other's space, careers, families, and friends.

The insider mentioned that Kim and Odell have been focusing on their individual pursuits lately. Kim, in particular, has been occupied with her responsibilities as a hands-on mother and hasn't felt pressured to commit to a serious relationship.

Reports indicate that Kim attended Odell's birthday bash in November 2023, and they were seen together in Las Vegas three months later before the Super Bowl. Their last public appearance together was in March, leaving the Vanity Fair Oscars party.

Before her involvement with Odell, Kim was romantically linked to Pete Davidson for nearly a year. They were frequently spotted on dates across New York and California in 2022, including attending the Met Gala together. Their relationship unfolded following Kim's divorce from Kanye West, whom she was married to from 2014 to 2022. They share four children: North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm West. Since their divorce, Kanye, 46, has moved on with his current wife, Bianca Censori.

Reflecting on love during an interview with Jay Shetty on his podcast "On Purpose" in 2023, Kim shared her perspective. She acknowledged the ability to love and miss someone while understanding they may not be the right match. Despite being a hopeless romantic, Kim expressed a desire to share her life with someone and create a meaningful connection.