Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez tie the knot in an ‘intimate’ ceremony.

Ariana Grande married fiance Dalton Gomez in a “small and personal” ceremony. According to the PA news agency, the 27-year-old American musician married in front of fewer than 20 guests over the weekend. Ms. Grande confirmed her engagement to the 25-year-old Los Angeles estate agent in December.

According to accounts, their wedding took place at her California house. “They married,” a spokeswoman for the artist told PA. It was small and intimate – [less than] twenty people. “The room was brimming with joy and love. The couple and their families are thrilled.” According to TMZ, the ceremony took place at Grande’s home in Montecito, a famous destination in southern California home to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.

Dalton Gomez

Mr. Gomez was reared in southern California and has spent the last five years working in the premium real estate industry, according to his biography on the AKG website. Ms. Grande announced their engagement on Instagram shortly before Christmas, showing off a pearl and diamond ring on her left hand.

“Forever and a day,” she captioned the image.

She has been in a relationship with Mr. Gomez for slightly more than a year. In February 2020, she was photographed kissing her new love interest, Mr. Gomez, at a Los Angeles restaurant. Then, in May, they made their first public appearance as a pair in the locked-down music video for Grande’s collaboration with Justin Bieber, Stuck With U.

The following month, she shared an Instagram photo of them in one other’s arms. Ms. Grande released her sixth studio album, Positions, in October, and it debuted at the top of both the UK and US charts. The singer has previously engaged to American comedian and actor Pete Davidson, but the pair called it quit two years ago.

This weekend marks four years since a suicide bomber killed 22 people during an Ariana Grande performance at the Manchester Arena. The star, who has now been diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) due to the horror, returned to Manchester in 2019 to headline the city’s Pride celebration.

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