Kate Beckinsale Isn’t Looking To Get Serious With Pete Davidson

February 5, 2019 / Posted by:

Hot on the heels of Naomi Campbell using Liam Payne as her little chew toy, there’s word Kate Beckinsale is equally as entertained passing time with some uncommitted young peen. She may have started with 23-year-old comedian Matt Rife over the summer, but 45-year-old Kate has been spotted out and about with Pete Davidson (and was even seen heading to his hotel). That isn’t just to get dirt on Ariana Grande, but it also isn’t Kate trying to get into a serious relationship.

People says Kate was at Pete’s comedy show Friday night in Los Angeles before heading back with him to his hotel in Santa Monica. This does NOT mean they’re going steady (a term Kate is old enough to have used)…he’s just tappin’ dat ass (a term I assume Pete uses every hour when he somehow manages to get the Grade-A lady bits he’s been winning over for the last year!). A Kate snitch, however, says that she won’t be getting serious anytime soon since her marriage to Len Wiseman fizzled:

“Kate’s not looking to get serious with someone. She was really hurt after her marriage with Len ended. She wants to have fun with guys and date around. She loves the attention from the younger men she dates. It makes her feel good about herself too. She doesn’t care what people think.”

Oh! So, Pete and Matt even Kate’s first time around the younger Maypole. She was also connected to 30-year-old British actor Jack Whitehall in November. Shortly after that, she was then onto Pete at a Netflix Golden Globes afterparty. God, I’m sure that means she actually fell for “Netflix and chill?” since she’s too old to know that really means “Netflix and sausage”!

Pic: Wenn.com

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