Kylie Jenner exuded effortless glam on Saturday night in a tight-fitting black ensemble as she headed to the SNL afterparty to support her beau Timothee Chalamet after his hosting gig.
The Kardashians sister, 26, and her rumoured boyfriend, 27, have been linked since April this year, although they have both studiously refrained from discussing the relationship in public.
But Kylie was keen to support their sizzling romance once more as she stepped out in NYC.
The stunning media personality wore all black for a chic look, adding a pair of sunglasses to stay low-key but give an impression of timeless style.
Meanwhile her figure-hugging off-the-shoulder top emphasised her famous hourglass figure, while a pair of tight-fitting leggings showed off her incredible legs.
Hours before Timothee’s hosting gig – his second after his debut in 2020 – Kylie’s mother Kris seemed to give her seal of approval to the blossoming relationship by dropping a hint on her stories.
Timothee headlined the fourth installment of the long-running sketch comedy show’s 49th season, which happened to be the first episode of the program to air after the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike.
The performer began his time on the program by speaking about how Lorne Michaels ‘kept calling me Winona’ during his first time hosting the program.
The Dune star then celebrated the end of the Hollywood strikes, which prevented him from promoting his projects in public, and stated that he had been contacted by Martin Scorsese to film an ad for Chanel.
The performer quipped that, after being called by the Taxi Driver director, ‘the first thing you think is, “man, I really hope it’s a perfume commercial.”‘
Chalamet then promoted the upcoming release of his fantasy drama Wonka, and quipped that his costar, Hugh Grant, had ‘that oompa loompa dump truck.’
The performer was joined by Marcello Hernandez, and the the two rapped about having a ‘baby face, but I’m hung like my dad.’
Elsewhere in the show, Boygenius, made up of Julien Baker, Phoebe Bridgers and Lucy Dacus, performed their track Not Strong Enough, and much of their backing band started jumping up and down during the performance.
The episode ended after Chalamet celebrated the end of the SAG-AFTRA strike and wished Leonardo DiCaprio a happy birthday.
After being trailed by rumors for months, Kylie and Timothee took their romance public by kissing in the stands at a Beyonce concert near the end of the summer.
Last month a People insider remarked that the pair were enjoying what Kylie regards as a ‘fun and uncomplicated’ dalliance.
Elsewhere in her personal life, Kylie is amicably co-parenting her daughter Stormi, five, and son Aire, one, with her rapper ex Travis Scott.
When her boy was born in February 2022, his given name was Wolf Jacques Webster – a nod to Travis, whose legal name is Jacques Webster.
However, not long afterwards, Kylie shocked her fans by revealing on social media: ‘FYI OUR SONS NAME ISN’T WOLF ANYMORE.’
She explained: ‘WE JUST REALLY DIDN’T FEEL LIKE IT WAS HIM. JUST WANTED TO SHARE BECAUSE I KEEP SEEING WOLF EVERYWHERE.’
Their decision prompted Eddie Van Halen and Valerie Bertinelli’s son Wolfgang, who goes by Wolf, to cheekily tweet: ‘THANK F***.’
On an episode of Hulu’s The Kardashians, Kylie told her gal pal Stassie Karanikolaou about the impetus behind the decision to name her son Aire.
‘I just always wanted a name for him that had meaning. It’s a Hebrew name and it means: “Lion of God,”‘ Kylie explained.