The rapid rise in the popularity of Pete Davidson since he became a professional comedian has coincided with a string of high profile relationships he has been in since he became a member of Saturday Night Live, one of which is his short-lived engagement to international music star, Ariana Grande. The relationship elevated Pete Davidson’s profile among the mainstream audience and made his dating life a subject of conversation.
Since he parted ways with the 7 Rings singer, he has moved on to another high profile relationship, and in the article below, we discuss everything about who she is, including how they met and everything else you need to know.
Why Did His Relationship With Ariana End?
After a couple of weeks as a couple, Pete Davidson got engaged to Ariana Grande, sealing the deal with a $100,000 ring. However, after four months as an engaged couple, moving into a new New York apartment together and getting tattoos dedicated to each other, they separated, calling off the wedding before ending the relationship itself.
According to TMZ, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande broke up on the weekend of the 14th of October, because ‘it was not the right time for their relationship to take off.’
Ariana Grande has moved on to a relationship with Social House member, Mikey Foster since they broke up.
Who is Pete Davidson Dating Now?
When you are Pete Davidson, a young comedian who is still finding his way up the ladder as an onscreen and stand-up comedian, dating a woman like Ariana Grande, who has reached the height of global popularity and sold millions of records can seem like the peak of your dating life. However, it had to come to an end.
Pete Davidson is currently dating Margaret Qualley, a young actress who is just as talented as every other high profile woman who has been called Pete’s girlfriend.
Months after Pete Davidson broke up with Kate Beckinsale, on August 28, 2019, Us Weekly reported that he was dating Margaret Qualley. According to the report, the two have been together for a couple of months, suggesting that they met and began a relationship sometime in June.
Since news broke of Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley dating, they have lifted the curtain and shared their relationship with the world. Together, they attend major events like the Venice Film Festival and enjoyed a mini vacation in Venice.
Their relationship also seems to have the support of Margaret’s mother, who has acknowledged that they have ‘a nice relationship.’
It remains to be seen if this will become another short-lived major relationship in Pete Davidson’s dating history, but for now, fans of the Saturday Night Live comedian can enjoy photos and videos of his latest relationship while it lasts.
After Pete Davidson broke up with Ariana Grande, and before he began dating Margaret Qualley, he was in a relationship with Kate Beckinsale, in what probably feels more like a fling than an actual serious relationship. News of them dating began to swirl in January 2019 at the Golden Globes, when they were spotted giving each other some extra attention.
Their relationship/fling was confirmed on the 3rd of March 2019 when they were spotted making out during a New York Rangers hockey game. Between March and their eventual breakup in April 2019, they were seen on multiple occasions in various forms of PDA.
As for why they broke up, according to sources close to the couple, it ended as quickly as it started because of the long-distance hindering their relationship.
Who is Margaret Qualley?
When two celebrities start dating, it offers a chance for two sets of fans to collide and learn more about their different worlds. Since Pete Davidson began dating Margaret Qualley, fans of the comedian are getting to learn more about the young actress who is already making media waves, not just as his latest girlfriend but as an Emmy nominated actress.
Margaret Qualley began her career in 2013 in the film Palo Alto as Raquel and since then, she has appeared in more than 20 movies and TV shows, including popular titles like The Leftovers, Once Upon a Time…in Hollywood and Fosse/Verdon, for which she scored a Primetime Emmy Awards nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series.