Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor just wore matching necklaces

Natasha Harding
·2-min read
Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

After months of romance rumours and spending time together, it seems that Phoebe Dynevor and Pete Davidson are in fact dating, with Pete recently confirming that he's in a relationship. In case you missed it, during a virtual talk with Marquette University students last weekend, Davidson was asked about his celebrity crush, and answered, "I'm with my celebrity crush," adding, "That's all I can speak on." While he might not have mentioned Phoebe by name, it doesn't take a genius to guess who he's probs talking about.

And they appear to be going strong, with the duo now spotted wearing matching initial necklaces. Earlier this month, Pete appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, sporting a slouchy sweatshirt and a silver necklace around his neck with the initials 'PD'. Check it out here:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Here's a more hardcore zoom in:

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Photo credit: Getty Images

Then, Phoebe was seen repping the exact same style for a Youtube Q&A:

Photo credit: Youtube
Photo credit: Youtube

Zoom:

Photo credit: Youtube
Photo credit: Youtube

Cute, huh?

Given both stars share the same initials, it's possible that this is just a coincidence, but c'mon, the EXACT SAME necklace, what're the chances? Plus, wearing each other's initials (when they also happen to be your own) is a subtle yet sweet way to show they're thinking of each other.

'Pete is wearing it as a romantic gesture to Phoebe,' a source tells The Sun. 'He wanted to show just how much she means to him and just how serious he is about them.'

'She’s in London and he’s in America. So they wanted to feel like they’re together when they’re not... Any time they’re feeling a bit lonely and missing each other they look down at the PD!'

Well, ain't that the sweetest?

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