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Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande flirt about having kids on Instagram
The couple only just went public with their romance last week—as the two posed in Harry Potter-themed robes—and there’s already more social media flirtation for fans to sink their teeth into.
Davidson posted a fairly straightforward Instagram Tuesday evening with Atlanta‘s Brian Tyree Henry eating a bag of Cheetos. He joked in the caption, “i’m having his kids 😝.”
Grande seized the opportunity to remind Davidson that if he’d be having anyones kids, they’d be hers.
“I look so good here,” she joked in the comments. It didn’t take long for fans to notice the exchange and start feverishly liking.
Davidson replied with a lineup of drooling emojis:
For Henry’s part, he just wanted to make sure Grande knew Davidson was all hers.
“I have no say in all this,” he joked, adding a heart emoji.
Davidson can also be seen Wednesday in Grande’s Instagram Story, where he jokes about having a new “internship.”
Ah, young, weird celebrity love.
Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.