Pete Davidson And Margaret Qualley Break Off Their Romance
According to multiple reports, Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley - who had a small role in Once Upon A Time In Hollywood - have already broken up. Us Weekly confirmed the news of their split shortly after their relationship was revealed.
A source close to the couple said to the outlet that Pete and Qualley will continue to stay friends. The 25-year-old stand-up comedian and Once Upon A Time In Hollywood alum, 24, first started hanging around each other in August.
Additionally, Davidson and Margaret went to Venice, Italy, where Pete supported her during the promotion of her latest film, Seberg . Back in September of this year, Andie MacDowell, Margaret's mother, said she and Pete had a very "nice" relationship.
As fans of the Saturday Night Live alum know, he was previously engaged to Ariana Grande before dating Kate Beckinsale very briefly. Following Ariana and Pete's whirlwind romance, Pete began seeing Kate after meeting each other at a party. Kate is reportedly a big fan of stand-up comedy and has dated much younger comedians before in the past.
When the media first caught wind that the Underworld alum and Pete were hanging around each other, the press never stopped reporting on it, including their outings together. Later, during an interview, Kate said she was honestly surprised by the amount of attention their romance was getting.
However, it was over as soon as it started as well, before Pete went on to start seeing the aforementioned Margaret Qualley, whose career just took off in a big way after being cast in Quentin Tarantino's latest smash hit film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
According to Margaret's Wikipedia page, she's the daughter of Andie MacDowell, and trained as a ballerina during the start of her career and also went after a career in modeling. However, she first gained recognition as an actress for her portrayal of the troubled daughter in HBO's The Leftovers, which aired from 2014 until 2017.
Additionally, Margaret received acclaim for portraying Ann Reinking in Fosse/Verdo n, from FX. For Fosse/Verdon, Margaret received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for the outstanding actress category.