Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny just went Horseback-official yesterday afternoon.
Making their speculated romance an (almost) sure thing, the Californian-born supermodel and Puerto Rican rapper were photographed getting cosy on an equine date at the Hidden Hills Equestrian Center.
In footage captured by TMZ, the two can be seen riding on horseback together in the sun. In some photos, Jenner and Bad Bunny—whose real name is Benito Ocasio—are riding one horse together. In others, they’re together on one horse or watching each other separately trot around the stable ring.
Bonafide Horse Girl Jenner has long been vocal about her passion for riding, even claiming to have plans of moving full-time to a ranch.
Currently living in a sprawling mansion in a gated Beverly Hills estate, she revealed on an episode of The Kardashians that she had even received horse sperm for her birthday—an ingredient she wished to use to breed with a mare via surrogacy.
“I’m an actual cowgirl,” she said.
In an interview in 2018, the model revealed that she had been riding since the age of 10, but dropped the hobby to focus on modelling at age 14, something she says is “the worst thing I ever did.”
The romantic date comes after Jenner, 27, and Ocasio, 29, were spotted “openly kissing” while on a sushi date, per an Us Weekly source.
“Kendall recently started hanging out with him,” an insider told People in February. “She likes him and is having fun. He is different from the guys that she has dated in the past. He is very charming.”
While they’ve been photographed leaving events together several times, neither has made anything about their relationship public. But with season three of The Kardashians about to drop, we may be in for a reality TV debut like that of Pete Davidson.
Jenner most recently dated Phoenix Suns player Devin Booker. The two started dating in 2020, splitting up and reconciling briefly before calling it quits in late 2022.
Sending the internet into a frenzy, Bad Bunny seemingly shaded the model’s ex in a song with the lyrics, “the sun in Puerto Rico is hotter than in Phoenix / She knows it.”