Tom Holland mistakenly thought Pete Davidson was dating Kris Jenner, and it's hilarious

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Photo credit: Steve Granitz/FilmMagic, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Met Museum/Vogue, Karwai Tang/WireImage - Getty Images

Kim Kardashian and Pete Davidson's romance has been a bit of a whirlwind to say the least, so we'd forgive anybody who isn't quite up to date, including (bizarrely) Tom Holland.

Yep, it turns out Tom is seemingly struggling to keep up with the Kardashians, after he mistakenly thought Pete Davidson was dating Kris Jenner, rather than his actual girlfriend (and Kris' daughter), Kim Kardashian.

The bizarre mistake came about during an interview with Tom and his Spider-Man co-stars Zendaya and Jacob Batalon ahead of their new film No Way Home - and the whole thing is pretty hilarious.

Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images
Photo credit: Steve Granitz - Getty Images

Sitting down with Buzzfeed to take part in a series of the publication's quizzes, Tom read out the question, "Can you guess the shared zodiac sign of these famous people?" while looking at a pair of photos of Kris and Pete (both Scorpios, FYI).

Tom went on to hilariously ask, "Aren't they dating each other now?" with Jacob and Zendaya chiming in to correct him, saying "No, that's her mom".

The trio, of course, all burst out laughing while Zendaya adorably told Tom, "You're an idiot".

Honestly, we appreciate the effort, Tom.

Alongside the Kim/Kris mix-up, the video saw a bunch of other cute mishaps from the Spider-Man actor, including calling quizzes "quizzies", with Zendaya adorably laughing along with him saying "aw, sweetheart".

So many wholesome vibes. Watch the adorable moment here:

Tom, if you need to catch up on Kim and Pete, we've got you.

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