The cosmetics tycoon and her mother attended Chalamet’s celebration of his fantasy film’s impending L.A. debut on Sunday.
Along with her mother Kris Jenner, Kylie Jenner is cheering on her boyfriend Timothée Chalamet on his big night in Los Angeles!
According to a source who spoke with PEOPLE, the 26-year-old founder of Kylie Cosmetics and her 68-year-old mother went out on Sunday night to see the premiere of the actor’s new film Wonka in the Regency Village Theatre.
The informant claims that Kylie and Kris secretly entered the theater after the first credits had rolled.
April saw the beginning of romance speculations between Kylie and Chalamet, 27, after DeuxMoi, an influential rumors account, published an anonymous tip identifying Kylie as the actor’s “new girl.” Her Range Rover was captured on camera in Chalamet’s driveway by TMZ a week later.
A few months later, the couple made their relationship official when they shared a passionate kiss during Beyoncé’s Renaissance performance at Sofi Field in September. It was their first time appearing in public and the first time their admirers had seen them all together.
According to a source who spoke with PEOPLE on Monday, Kylie is “amazing happy” with Chalamet, who and has even given their relationship a name by referring to him as “her boyfriend.”
Regarding the actor from Dune: Part Two, the insider noted that he’s “amazed of everything” that the star of The Kardashians “is accomplishing” and that he “especially thinks she is an amazing mom.”
The source went on, “He is extremely encouraging of his profession and she of his.” “They both make an effort to attend each other’s significant events.”
“He is excellent for Kylie. She appears really happy, at ease, and focused ever since she started dating him. They said, “Her family adores him, even Chalamet.
Chalamet plays the title candymaker in Wonka, a musical sequel to the 1964 children’s novel Charles and the Chocolate Factory, a film in which Chalamet performs along with the actors.
In a recent interview with PEOPLE, Chalamet discussed the family-friendly Paul King film Wonka and revealed that it has become his mom Nico Flender’s “favorite movie” that he hasn’t finished yet.
He joked about his R-rated 2022 cannibalism flick, saying, “I imagine mum liked Blood and Every one and said, ” You gotta be nicer in your movies!'”
Chalamet went on, “But this is the tradition,” referring to Wonka. This is more in keeping with the kind of movie I would have imagined I would be doing 10 years ago, if I had been fortunate enough to work at all. My family is in the musical theater business.”
“Working on this was a lot of fun. I believe this was like anything I have ever worked on,” he remarked.
See Wonka this Friday in cinemas.