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After His Split from Kate Beckinsale Pete Davidson Shows Us a Healthy Way to Deal with Heartbreak

Comedian Pete Davidson, 25 seems to have handled his reported split with the 45-year-old actress Kate Beckinsale, rather well. As previously reported, the two actors were linked to each other after spending time together at a Golden Globes after-party sometime back in January 2019. Soon thereafter, the two grabbed the headlines after numerous sightings and a lot of PDA. Most notably, the couple were snapped kissing in public at a Rangers hockey game in New York.

While there are people prefer to wallow, sulk in public and take to the bottle for answers while getting over a romantic break-up, Pete resorted to something that probably has never ever been done before. The comedian from Saturday Night Live treated an entire sold-out movie audience to some fast food from McDonald’s.  That’s surely a novel way of dealing with the end of a romantic interlude. As part of his stand-up tour, Davidson was visiting Boston and went to watch the movie Avengers: Endgame with a couple of his buddies. But as the movie is over three hours long, he decided to indulge his pals, the movie theater staff and the sold-out audience to $400 worth of McDonald’s Burger treats.

This follows reports that Davidson and the Underworld star’s relationship has cooled off, with both reportedly opting to slow things down. Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale became super serious about their romance rather fast but have now decided to slow things down, as per news from a source with knowledge about the actress’ relationship, who also said that they were still dating.

Others reported not just a ‘break’ but a ‘break-up’ between the actress and the SNL star, after being spotted spending considerable time together over the last few months. They appear to be still close friends but are definitely not on romantic terms. The celebrity exes were last spotted together after sharing dinner in Los Angeles with Beckinsale’s mother and step-father.

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