Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor Engaged in Sweet PDA at Wimbledon

Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor made their first public appearance as a couple this weekend at Wimbledon and cuddled close for some sweet PDA.

london, england july 03 phoebe dynevor and pete davidson hosted by lanson attend day 6 of the wimbledon tennis championships at the all england lawn tennis and croquet club on july 03, 2021 in london, england photo by karwai tangwireimage
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  • In London this weekend, Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor (opens in new tab) made their first official public appearance together as a couple.
  • The pair were first linked romantically back in March and in April they were spotted out together in Manchester, England, where the Bridgerton (opens in new tab) actress lives. 
  • On Saturday, Davidson and Dynevor attended Wimbledon together and engaged in sweet PDA while they Roger Federer's match from the Lanson suite at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

Pete Davidson (opens in new tab) and Phoebe Dynevor (opens in new tab) are letting their love show.

The Saturday Night Live (opens in new tab) comedian and Bridgerton (opens in new tab) star were first linked in March, but made their first official public appearance as a couple this weekend in London, where they attended Wimbledon (opens in new tab) together. The pair made their couple debut count though, cuddling close and engaging in some sweet PDA while they watched Roger Federer's match from the Lanson suite at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club.

According to People (opens in new tab), rumors of a romance between Davidson and Dynevor first circulated in March, when the SNL star was seen visiting Manchester, England, where Dynevor lives. In April, they were reportedly seen out and about together in Manchester, but hadn't made any official public appearances together until Saturday's Wimbledon outing.

"Pete is telling friends he's serious about her," a source told People (opens in new tab) of the couple in April, adding that they're "really into each other."

Davidson and Dynevor have clearly been spending as much time as possible together, but sources close to the couple say they've been able to make things work even when they have to deal with distance.

"Pete and Phoebe are still going strong despite not being able to physically spend time together," a source told Us Weekly (opens in new tab). "They keep in touch over text and FaceTime. Right now, they’re just focused on work." The new couple are taking things slow, the source added, saying, "They’re not looking to rush things."

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