connectVideoKate Beckinsale reacts to funny meme about her Pete Davidson make-out session
Kate Beckinsale, 45, left a comment on a Instagram post that poked fun of the actress’ recent make-out session with Pete Davidson, 25, at a New York Rangers hockey game last weekend.
Kate Beckinsale and Pete Davidson will be civil on social media after their split.
Although the couple broke up in April, they are both following each other on Instagram.
Davidson reportedly began following Beckinsale on Instagram in the early hours of Tuesday, Page Six reported.
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The 25-year-old “Saturday Night Live” star also like to have one of Beckinsale’s post, showing pictures of the “Pearl Harbor” – the actress with her parents.
Beckinsale, 45, also like a picture of Davidson that the comedian had posted early Wednesday.
A source told Page Six that the couple split, because the attention of the public about Davidson ‘ s life.
“Although Kate has been in Hollywood for a long time, she struggled with the attention on her relationship with Pete,” the source told Page Six. “He lives his life with his heart on his sleeve.”
The couple’s whirlwind romance began after Davidson’s highly publicized split with singer Ariana Grande.
Davidson got cozy with Beckinsale at a Golden Globes party in January. The pair were quickly spotted and about together and even participated in a hockey game.
A source close to the couple told ET Online in April that the duo is no longer in a romantic relationship. However, the source mentioned at the time that they are comfortable with each other and in a good relationship.
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Soon after their split, though, Davidson walked out of a gig in a comedy club after the show host mentioned Grande and Beckinsale — and the club owner, as well as the public, were furious.
The comedian posted a video on Instagram when he had to intervene in the Stress Factory Comedy Club in Bridgeport, Connecticut, accusing the location of a lack of respect from him.
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“Hey, guys, in Connecticut, I’m sorry that we had to leave before I continue. The owner, Vinnie Brand, respected me and did something I told him not to do, and I can’t perform under these circumstances,” Davidson said in the clip.
Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy contributed to this report.