Pete Davidson and Saint West hit Walmart without Kim Kardashian

Pete Davidson is showing Saint West the commoner life.

The relatable king took Kim Kardashian’s 6-year-old son to Walmart in Woodland Hills, Calif., where they were seen purchasing a big container of cheese puffs among other goodies Saturday, TMZ reported.

The outlet claimed Saint wanted to be a regular kid and run around the store aimlessly, but Davidson reminded him that Kardashian would be pretty upset if he lost him.

The “Saturday Night Live” alum, 28, and Saint had a busy weekend, as the dynamic duo were seen holding hands as they made their way into the Cheesecake Factory at The Grove in Los Angeles later in the day. They were also spotted heading over to a shopping cart filled with fun hats.

The Skims founder, 41, was not present for that outing either, but she did send a bodyguard with the pair for safety.

Not only has Davidson been growing closer with Kardashian and ex-husband Kanye West’s kids over these past few months, but he has also developed a rapport with her sister Kourtney Kardashian’s ex Scott Disick. In March, the “King of Staten Island” star was spotted watching Disick’s son Reign’s baseball game.

The “SNL” alum took Kim Kardashian’s 6-year-old son on a day of commoner activities that included a trip to the Cheesecake Factory.

Davidson also has won the approval of Kim and Kourtney’s sister Khloé Kardashian. The two bonded during a group date with Kim and friends at an escape room and Korean BBQ in January.

“She loves Pete and is so happy to see how happy he makes her sister,” a source told Page Six at the time of Khloé’s feelings.

Davidson also surprised Khloé, 37, with a bouquet of pink flowers for Valentine’s Day before she publicly showed support for the couple when Kim went Instagram-official with the comic.