He has already been embraced by her inner circle, so it’s only natural that Kanye West should want to introduce Kim Kardashian to his friends.
And it just so happens that one of his closest pals is world famous rapper Jay-Z, who met up with the couple in London this week.
Kim and Kanye headed out for dinner together at exclusive Japanese restaurant Zuma where they were joined by Beyonce’s musician husband.
The party also included Kim’s brother Rob with his new girlfriend British singer Rita Ora.
As well as being formally introduced as Kanye’s new love, the reality star had an in-depth chat with the up and coming songstress.
Coincidentally, Rita has been signed to Jay-Z’s record label Roc Nation since 2009.
Earlier in the evening, the two kings of rap were busy putting the finishing touches to their 'Watch The Thrones' tour, which kicks off in Europe on Friday at the capital’s O2 arena.
Kim, meanwhile, appeared on funnyman Alan Carr's chat show, later tweeting followers that he was "hysterical".
As well as promoting her new fragrance, the 31-year-old is in the UK to publicise her weight management product.
Its launch on Friday evening will be captured on camera by the Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s film crew.
The famous family are hoping to increase their fan base outside of the US by filming in Britain.
And Kim recently revealed that her blossoming romance will also appear in the new series of the reality show.
Speaking about Kanye’s involvement, she told E! News: "If we are having dinner and he shows up, I’m sure we’re not going to go, 'Stop the cameras!'. I want to show my life."
But the US socialite said she won’t reveal as much of her relationship on camera as she did with ex-husband Kris Humphries.
"My heart’s a little more guarded," she said.
"I showed so much of myself in the past. You almost get embarrassed showing this big wedding, which I would have had cameras or not. So I think you want to just guard yourself."
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