Emily remains kinda secretive about who she is with, but here’s what we know, from her past boyfriends, to her husband, and now, yes, Pete Davidson, because, who else?
Emily Ratajkowski's dating history includes lesser-known boyfriends like Andrew Dryden.
Right around the time that Robin Thicke’s catchy ditty “Blurred Lines” hit the airwaves, Emily was linked to art director Andrew Dryden. Not too much is known about their relationship, other than that the couple broke things off in 2014, per the Daily Mail.
The actress quickly moved on with another relatively-unknown man.
Jeff Magid was the next person linked to Emily.
Emily would meet and start dating Los Angeles-based music producer Jeff Magid in 2014, going on to date him for three years, per The U.K. Sun. In 2017, a source told the outlet about the couple, “They used to be inseparable.”
But Emily ended up moving out of Jeff’s apartment — and reportedly getting married just months later.
Emily married a man she just met. Or did she?
In February of 2018, Emily said “I do” to Sebastian Bear-McClard in a low-key civil ceremony in New York City, per Brides. At the time, it was reported extensively that the star and her new man, a film producer, had only met a few weeks prior to tying the knot.
Emily reportedly started dating an A-list actor after her split from her husband.
Following her separation from her husband, Emily was rumored to be getting cozy with Brad Pitt, but according to Hollywood Life, they are just friends.
Still, it seems Emily is not used to the single girl life, having told Harper’s Bazaar in November of 2022, “I can tell you that I have never been single before.” She added, “I have gone on dates.”
In fact, now, the model is rumored to be dating someone else who isn’t used to being single.
Pete Davidson is now linked to another beautiful woman. Yes, it's Emily!
The stars “both really like each other,” per the source, who added, “Pete makes Emily laugh and he loves how intelligent she is.” At time of writing, neither star had confirmed their relationship. But here's wishing them the best!