Pete Davidson ‘fell for girlfriend Phoebe Dynevor after watching her in raunchy Bridgerton sex scenes’

PETE Davidson fell for girlfriend Phoebe Dynevor after watching her raunchy sex scenes on Bridgerton, it has been claimed.

The 27-year-old comedian is quoted as telling friends he thought the actress, 26, was “hot as hell” as her character Daphne in the Netflix hit.


Pete Davidson is said to have got the hots for Phoebe after watching Bridgerton[/caption]

A friend of Pete’s told the Mirror: “Pete just loved Bridgerton and just got totally tripped out by Phoebe. 

“She was totally his type – fresh faced, youthful, innocent looking beauty.

“We all joked with him about the naughty scenes, and of course he confessed he found them hot.

“He binge watched the show and felt it was his destiny to meet her.”


A friend is quoted as saying the US comedian found the sex scenes ‘hot’[/caption]

Phoebe stars in Bridgerton as Daphne, who ends up in a raunchy but toxic relationship with the Duke of Hastings, played by Regé-Jean Page.

Back in the real world, Phoebe and Pete confirmed their romance when they were seen cuddling up during a romantic day out in Stoke at the weekend.

As they strolled through a local park, Phoebe – whose mum is Coronation Street actress Sally Dynevor – was seen laughing at her new boyfriend’s jokes.

The beauty is currently based in Stoke-On-Trent to film her new movie The Colour Room, with Pete jetting into the UK earlier this week to see her.


Phobe at the British Independent Film Awards in London back in 2019[/caption]

It comes a month after the actor, who was previously engaged to pop star Ariana Grande, was spotted in Phoebe’s native Manchester.

They have also been seen wearing necklaces with their shared initials on it, with a source telling The Sun at the time: “Pete is wearing it as a romantic gesture to Phoebe.

“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.”