The pop star and the “Saturday Night Live” comedian recently called off their engagement, ending a rapid relationship that involved Davidson proposing to Grande over the summer after mere weeks of dating.
The latest development from their highly publicized split is that Grande is keeping the pet pig they adopted together, while Davidson will keep the $93,000 diamond ring he used to pop the question, according to TMZ.
Both Grande, 25, and Davidson, 24, have remained tight-lipped publicly in the days since news of their split emerged, and New York City-based relationship expert Susan Winter believes the stars are going through their breakup the right way.
“They’ve handled it well so far. I don’t hear any nasty words or nasty comments. … So far they’re dividing the property pretty amicably,” Winter told the Daily News. “Sometimes it just doesn’t work out. Whatever’s going on in your life, the timing isn’t right, you’re not right, something isn’t right. But I think it’s really important to honor what you had and not to discard it. It’s very, very important to walk away with a sense of gratitude with what you did achieve in partnership.”
Winter says it was “an adult move on both of their parts” to come to an agreement on how to split up their possessions, and notes that couples are sometimes forced turn to a third party to figure out how to divide their stuff.