AceShowbiz - Rumors of Pete Davidson and Kate Beckinsale's new romance apparently has caught the attention of Bethenny Frankel. The TV personality has taken to her Twitter account to give her opinion on the "Saturday Night Live" star's love life.
On Sunday, February 3, Frankel shared a NSFW tweet in which she seemingly believes the big d**k comment by Ariana Grande about her then-fiance. Back in June 2018, the "God Is a Woman" hitmaker bragged that her former fiance was "like, 10 inches" on Twitter.
"So Pete Davidson was engaged to the sexy & talented @ArianaGrande and is now dating the beyond stunning @KateBeckinsale?" Frankel asked loudly on the micro-blogging site. "So I guess it's clear that he shoots diamonds out of his penis?"
"The Real Housewives of New York City" star then responded to a fan's tweet which questioned why "these women keep falling for him." The 48-year-old wrote back, "He is probably nice & funny & sensitive which women like. Cute and sweet. And the diamond D doesn't hurt I reckon."
He is probably nice & funny & sensitive which women like. Cute and sweet. And the diamond D doesn’t hurt I reckon. https://t.co/jAypDqg6Y3— Bethenny Frankel (@Bethenny) February 3, 2019
This arrives after Beckinsale and Davidson appeared to further fuel the romance rumors between them. The pair were seen holding hands at the comedian's gig at Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles on Friday night, February 1 as they were exiting via the back door.
The 45-year-old actress was photographed trying to cover her face and hair from the rainy weather as she walked hand-in-hand with Pete, 25, to a waiting vehicle. The "Pearl Harbor" actress donned a houndstooth-patterned coat over her black top, while Davidson opted for a baby blue top and black pants for the outing.
The alleged lovebirds first sparked romance rumors after it was reported that they were flirting and sipping champagne together at a Golden Globes party hosted by Netflix last month. The actress initially played coy when a fan asked her about her rumored fling with the comedian. In an Instagram post of a photo of her mother Judy, one follower commented, "Dear heavens, Kate. Not Pete Davidson." Beckinsale then replied, "No that's my mother. Easy mistake."