Kendall Jenner and her NBA player boyfriend of two years, Devin Booker, are done dating for now, E!, Entertainment Tonight, and Us Weekly report. Sources spoke to all three outlets about what caused the sudden split, which happened less than two weeks ago. Collectively, they made it clear that Jenner and Booker could reconcile but clashed over what they wanted for their future. Jenner initiated the split, E! reported.
A source told Entertainment Tonight, “Kendall feels like they’re on different paths.” A second source added that “[they] have had discussions about their future, but they are not on the same page.”
A source echoed that to Us Weekly, saying that Jenner and Booker want to “figure out if a future together is what’s meant to be. [They’re] tak[ing] this time to focus on themselves.”
“Kourtney’s wedding really put things into perspective,” the source added. The former couple attended it together in one of their most public dates ever. That source noted that Jenner and Booker remain on good terms and are “still super amicable and supportive of each other.”
A second source told Us that Booker was seen “cozying up to different women and being flirty throughout the night” during a recent trip to Scottsdale, Arizona days ago, reflecting his newly single status.
E! was given an exact timeline for their breakup: it happened less than two weeks ago, and yes, Jenner ended their relationship for now. “Kendall and Devin hit a rough patch recently and have been split for about a week and a half,” a source close to Jenner said. That source indicated Kardashian’s Italy wedding prompted them to soul search about their own future. “Once they got back, they started to feel like they weren’t aligned and realized they have very different lifestyles.”
Jenner told Booker she “wanted space and time apart,” the source added. “They have been in touch since and do care about one another.” That source said that they do hope to get back together: “They both hope to make it work, but as of now, they are split.”
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