Cupid's Pulse Article: Khloe Kardashian and French Montana Go Public with New RelationshipCupid's Pulse Article: Khloe Kardashian and French Montana Go Public with New Relationship

By Louisa Gonzales

Khloe Kardashian and French Montana officially make their public debut as a couple! According to, the duo spotted out in public together on Friday, April 18 at the Lobster House for lunch. The rapper, who has 4-year-old son, Kruz, with his ex-wife Deen Kharbouch made sure to keep close to the TV starlet, while they indulged in some lunch, but showed minimal PDA. Reportedly the pair started dating following The Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, divorce filings from Lamar Odom. Even though the lovebirds seem to be both moving forward with each other, not everyone approves of their union, including Khloe’s mother Kris Jenner according to sources.

How do you know when to debut your relationship to family and friends?

Cupid’s Advice:

Romantic relationship can be tricky things because they are constantly evolving and changing. It can be hard sometimes to tell the people closest to you when you’re seeing someone new, especially when you want them to approve and like the person you’re with. Cupid has some advice on how you can know when to debut your relationship to family and friends:

1. You’re in a good place: When you feel like shouting your love from the rooftops, that’s when you know you’re ready to reveal your couple status. When you’re happy in your relationship and feel secure, it means you have a good thing going with each other . It’s important for you to feel in a good place in your relationship before you say anything because it will make it easier for you and the people you care about.

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2. Your both on the same page: Every relationship has it’s own significance or meaning to a person. For couples to work they need to be on the same wavelength on what they want in terms of where their relationship is headed and what it means to them. It’s important that you both are on the same page when it comes to being comfortable enough to share you relationship news to family and friends.

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3. See a future together: If you find yourself thinking about your future together or planning for possible future events it means you can see the thing you got going on as more than just a fling. When you’re thinking long-term with your partner, it’s about time to start telling your family and friend. It’s good to be able to share someone important to you with family and friends, especially when that person is someone you might possibly want to become a part of your family someday.

How can you tell if you’re ready to tell your family and friends about your relationship? Share in the comments below.