Ariana Grande Posts Sweet Photo With Pete Davidson

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are no longer keeping their relationship under wraps.

On Thursday, May 31, 2018, the "No Tears Left To Cry" singer took to Instagram to share a sweet snapshot of two packing on some light PDA.

"I thought u into my life," she wrote, captioning an adorable pic of herself with the Saturday Night Live star, who has his arms around her as he kisses her on the cheek. "Woah! look at my mind."

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As Nicki Swift previously reported, Grande and Davidson, both 24, made their blossoming romance Instagram official on Wednesday, May 30, with a cute Harry Potter inspired photo.

"The chamber of secrets has been opened..." the comedian captioned a rare snapshot of the pair, in which he's sporting a Gryffindor sweatshirt and robe while his rumored girlfriend wore Slytherin ones. In the comments section, the pop star wrote, "U tryna slytherin (I'm deleting my account now)."

Prior to seemingly confirming their new relationship on social media, dating rumors surrounding the couple, who have reportedly known each other since Grande hosted SNL in 2016, had surfaced just one week earlier. At the time, a source told E! News, "It just started and is casual." Grande and Davidson further fueled speculation by leaving several flirty comments on one another's social media posts. 

In early May 2018, the "Side to Side" singer called it quits with longtime boyfriend Mac Miller. The two had been together for nearly two years. While Grande initially called the rapper one of her "best friends" and "favorite people on the planet" as she addressed their breakup on social media, she later spoke out on their "toxic" relationship. Soon after, Davidson confirmed his split from his girlfriend of two years, Cazzie David. 

The TV star, who has openly discussed his borderline personality disorder diagnosis in the past, later defended his rumored romance with Grande after online trolls claimed his mental illness meant he couldn't be in a healthy relationship.

"I just wanna let you know that's not true," Davidson wrote in part in a text-post on his Instagram Stories (via E! News). "Just because someone has a mental illness does not mean they can't be happy and in a relationship. It also doesn't mean that person makes the relationship toxic." He added, "For all those struggling I want you to know that I love you and I understand you and it is going to be okay."