Pete Davidson has shared what he believes are the keys to a successful relationship, as his romance with Phoebe Dynevor heats up.
The 27-year-old comedian, who is a star of Saturday Night Live on US television, has confirmed that he is dating Bridgerton actress Phoebe.
Speaking on The Breakfast Club, Pete opened up about how he approaches a relationship, saying one of the main aspects is that he is "very honest" with his partner.
The King of Staten Island star said: "I am just very, very honest. I think what a lot of people do is they try to put on — not even their best self — but like, almost a version of themself that they would like to be. And then eventually, that will unravel, you know?"
Pete continued: "So, I just, off the top, I'm like, 'Hey, I'm nuts. Here's all my issues. Here's what I do. Here's the therapists. This is what happens.'"
"And that can either be a lot for someone or they could be like, 'Cool, that was really refreshingly honest.'"
"Or, sometimes it can be a little intense and weird and people can't handle that stuff," he added.
Pete also revealed that one of his biggest pet hates was "playing any of the games" and he opens up to potential romances by making his intentions clear quite early on.
He said: "No, if I'm into you, I'm really into you. It just creates this whole anxiety and a lot of stress, and there's enough of that going on.
"So, I think, like, that part of the relationship, it should be so easy. It should just be like, 'Hey, there's something wrong today.' 'Hey, I'm really happy today.' Communication is really key."
Pete was first linked with Phoebe in March and they were spotted together in Manchester, which is where the Bridgerton star lives.
Last month, he confirmed their relationship as a source told People that they are "really into each other" and that Pete has been "telling friends he's serious about her."
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