Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor are reportedly in a long-distance relationship

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Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor are reportedly dating. Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images; Karwai Tang/Getty Images
  • Pete Davidson and Phoebe Dynevor are reportedly dating, multiple outlets have confirmed.

  • They're "going strong" and "trying to make long distance work," a source told Us Weekly on Monday.

  • The source added that they're both prioritizing their careers and "not looking to rush things."

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"Saturday Night Live" comedian Pete Davidson and "Bridgerton" star Phoebe Dynevor are reportedly in a long-distance relationship, Us Weekly and Page Six confirmed on Monday.

"Pete and Phoebe are still going strong despite not being able to physically spend time together," a source told Us Weekly.

Davidson, 27, is based in Staten Island, where he recently purchased a $1.2 million condo, while Dynevor, 25, resides in North London.

According to Us Weekly's source, the comedian and the actor are "seeing where their relationship goes" and "trying to make long distance work," communicating mostly through FaceTime and text messages.

"They're happy with each other," the source said, adding that Davidson's sharp sense of humor piqued Dynevor's interest. "He makes her laugh. Pete is a good guy and definitely a charmer. He's easy-going and fun to be around."

Because the "Waterloo Road" actor and the "King of Staten Island" star are "focused on work," neither of them are "looking to rush things," Us Weekly's source shared.

Dynevor begins production on season two of "Bridgerton," Shondaland and Netflix's record-breaking Regency drama, this spring, so she'll be in the UK for "practically the rest of the year," a source told Page Six. And Davidson, a repertory player on season 46 of "SNL," has to be in New York City to rehearse and film the comedy-sketch series.

As a result of their loaded schedules and physical separation, their relationship is "not too serious," Page Six's source said.

Representatives for Davidson and Dynevor did not respond to Insider's request for comment.

There's been ongoing speculation that Dynevor and Davidson are together

It's unclear when or how Dynevor and Davidson met, but fans have patched together clues on when their paths may have crossed.

In February, the "Snatch" actor visited New York City to film scenes for Darren Star's show "Younger," on which she plays an Irish bartender named Claire.

She posted a series of photos from Brooklyn on social media, writing, "Grateful I got to be here for a hot sec," adding a red heart emoji.

Though she may have been in close proximity to Davidson, she wasn't seen with him.

Also in February, Dynevor's "Bridgerton" costar Regé-Jean Page hosted an episode of "SNL."

In a sketch spoofing the period drama's sex scenes, Davidson played an intimacy coordinator. Featured player Chloe Fineman pretended to be Daphne Bridgerton, Dynevor's role.

Dynevor reposted the sketch on her Instagram story and wrote that they "killed it."

The next month, Davidson appeared to take a trip across the pond to Altrincham, Greater Manchester, as seen in a photo taken with fans. A week later, Dynevor was spotted in Altrincham with a friend.

A source told Us Weekly that the stand-up comedian is hoping to visit Dynevor on her 26th birthday, which is on April 17.

Davidson has previously been romantically linked to Cazzie David, Ariana Grande, Kate Beckinsale, Margaret Qualley and Kaia Gerber. And Dynevor was rumored to be in a relationship with Page earlier this year, following the debut season of "Bridgerton." However, she denied any off-screen romance between her and her costar.

"I'd love to say there was really something between us," she told You Magazine, adding, "But no, it has always been strictly professional."

Dynevor continued: "There was so much pressure on us to get it right that it was all about the work. We have a really professional working relationship."

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