Martha Stewart has addressed rumours linking her romantically to Kim Kardashian’s now ex-boyfriend, Pete Davidson.
Pete, known by fans to be a ‘serial dater,’ is unlikely to waste time in moving on and his supporters have been quick to speculate who his next partner could be, however, few expected that to be 81-year-old TV personality, writer and businesswoman, Martha Stewart.
Addressing the rumours via the Daily Mail, Stewart said: “Pete Davidson is like the son I never had.
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“He is a charming boy who is finding his way. I’ve invited him to come on my podcast and I look forward to hearing what he has to say.”
Memes about a Stewart and Davidson link-up – aka ‘Mete’ – circulated online when the pair were papped holding hands at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in April.
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There was seemingly nothing in it, as then-girlfriend Kim Kardashian was in the picture too, but that hasn’t stopped the Hollywood rumour mill turning – however ridiculous the rumour.
Stewart is more than 50 years Davidson’s senior.
TV writer Gennefer Gross once tweeted the photo of the pair holding hands, with the humorous caption: “We should’ve seen this coming.”
Kardashian and Davidson began dating last October, shortly after she hosted Saturday Night Live and starred in an Aladdin sketch alongside him.
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However, the pair have been rumoured to have split up, citing ‘long distance and busy schedules’ as the reason for their relationship to come to an end.
A source close to Kardashian told the Daily Mail: “Kim has been very sad about the breakup with Pete – it’s not where she thought it would be and that’s been hard for her.
“The distance and schedules weighed into their decision but they do love and respect each other.
“She will always care for him and have his back.”
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