This Mother's Day, Pete Davidson took a trip down memory lane. The former Saturday Night Live cast member and Bupkis founder joined his mother,
Amy Davidson, for an interview with Good Housekeeping in which the two discussed their favorite ways to remember Pete's mother.
"Mother's Day is a very important holiday in my household," Pete tells the magazine. Pete is notably close to his mother,
who appeared on the Mother's Day edition of SNL several times during Pete's stay on the show. Pete's father, her spouse, died fighting fires during the 9/11 attacks when Pete was a child.
"We're a close family, and when I was younger, my sister and I always tried to make things special, even if I wasn't always successful," Pete says.
"I'm pretty sure I bought her the same Britney Spears perfume for eight years in a row."
Though Amy claims she never wore the perfume, she believes it is the thought that counts. "Pete and Casey, his sister, have done a lot for me over the years," she says.
"As children, they would always wake me up with breakfast in bed." Pete, according to Amy, is an excellent cook. "One Mother's Day, Pete outdid himself and made me an entire croquembouche," she explains.