Ariana Grande Weds Dalton Gomez

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Ariana Grande has wed Dalton Gomez in a secret ceremony at her home in California, it has been reported.

The singer, 27, married her fiance just five months after his proposal with a diamond and pearl ring.

Ariana’s rep confirmed that the wedding was held in Montecito with less than 20 guests, which included family members from both sides.

This comes after the pair announced their engagement around Christmas time, during which they spent a lot of time together during the pandemic.

A source told the publication: “The wedding was tiny and intimate”. There was a lot of love and everyone is really happy.

Meanwhile, another source added: “It was a beautiful day and very romantic. Everyone is happy for them. It was perfect and just what Ari wanted.”

Real estate agent Dalton began dating the songstress in 2020 and the couple bought a house together from Ellen DeGeneres in June last year.

In October, Ariana was said to be “madly in love” with Dalton just seven months into their relationship as she released her steamy album Positions.

An insider said at the time: “Ariana is still madly in love with Dalton and is head over heels. It’s a very healthy relationship. They love to be ‘normal’ and Ari loves that he is very down to earth. He balances her out from the crazy industry she is in. They spend a lot of time hanging out at her house being low-key.

The 7 Rings singer is yet to post about her wedding on social media, with her last post on Instagram a week ago being a touching tribute to her mum on Mother’s Day.

She wrote: “the most brilliant, kindest, strongest, funniest and most generous human being I know. I’m so thankful to be your baby always, I love u & happy mama’s day every day.”

Ariana was previously engaged to Pete Davidson, but the pair announced that they had split back in 2018.

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