Pete Davidson is reportedly dating “Outer Banks” star Madelyn Cline just one month after his break-up with Chase Sui Wonders.
“Pete and Madelyn are dating,” an insider told Us Weekly on Friday.
While it’s unclear exactly when the pair’s fling started, they seemingly have been trying to keep things under the radar given the fact that they both recently got out of relationships.
“They spent the night together at the Beverly Hills Hotel and then had breakfast together there the next morning,” the source added. “They were really low-key and kept things casual, wearing baseball hats.”
Reps for Davidson and Cline did not immediately respond to our request for comment.
The surprising new romance comes just one month after Page Six confirmed that the 29-year-old comedian had called it quits with Chase Sui Wonders, 27, following nearly one year of dating.
“He’s single again,” an insider told People at the time. “He’s out and about and doing really well.”
Meanwhile, other reports suggested that the pair’s relationship “had simply run its course.”
Two months prior to their split, Davidson checked himself into rehab after struggling with borderline personality disorder and PTSD — which we were told Wonders fully supported.
Following treatment, the “King of Staten Island” was spotted looking happier and healthier than ever while out and about in New York City.
The “Bodies Bodies Bodies” co-stars started dating in December following the actor’s romance with Emily Ratajkowski and Kim Kardashian.
Meanwhile, Cline, 25, had been romantically linked to Jackson Guthy since June 2022 but the pair sparked split rumors in July 2023 after the actress unfollowed the songwriter on social media.
Prior to her romance with the “Giants” singer, Cline dated “Outer Banks” co-star Chase Stokes for over a year.
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Similarly to Davidson, the “Glass Onion” star prefers to keep her personal life out of the public eye, previously telling “Today” that she thinks relationships are “more special” when they’re kept private.
“Some people can [discuss their personal life] — I can’t,” she said in February. “If you give everything, like, 100 percent of your energy, away, where’s the rest for yourself? You finally understand why people in the public eye keep their circles small.”
“I realized there are parts of my life that only me or one other person are entitled to. I prefer it that way.”