Who else but another billionaire would a billionaire go on double dates with?

Kim Kardashian and boyfriend Pete Davidson were spotted getting cozy in West Hollywood, California on Monday, April 11. According to photos obtained by Page Six, the couple went on a double date with Jeff Bezos and Lauren Sánchez, dining at celebrity hot spot A.O.C.

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Earlier that day, the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum took to Instagram to share some lovey-dovey photos of herself and the comedian after a late-night dinner over the weekend.

The PDA fest continued that night, with the couple all over each other as they exited the restaurant and smiled for the paparazzi. While walking to her car after a fun night out, the SNL star wrapped his arms tightly around the SKIMS founder.

Kim wore a Canadian tuxedo to the event, tucking her denim button-up into her high-waisted wide leg jeans. She wore her hair straight and parted down the middle, with black sunglasses and a pop of color in her neon pumps to complete the simple look.

Pete dressed similarly to his girlfriend, wearing a similar wash blue jeans and a blue Uncle Paulie’s hoodie. He finished off the laid-back look with a pair of black Converse Chuck 70’s, a grey baseball hat, and some black sunglasses.

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Lauren wore a short blush dress with a thick black belt at the waist, while Bezos and Sánchez dressed up a little more. She wore it with black heels and her trademark dark hair cascading past her shoulders. The Amazon founder was dressed in a black button-up and grey slacks, and he was holding his girlfriend’s hand as they exited the restaurant behind Kim and Pete.

This wasn’t the first time Kardashian and Davidson went on a double date with Bezos and Sanchez. The pair dined at the billionaire’s Los Angeles estate in January.

While we don’t know how they met, Bezos and the comedian were scheduled to launch into space together on a Blue Origin shuttle. Davidson later resigned, with the aerospace company stating in March that he was “no longer able to join the NS-20 crew on this mission.”