It's official—Ariana Grande is a married woman. The singer and her fiancé Dalton Gomez reported said their vows over the weekend at her Montecito, California home, surrounded by 20 close friends and family members of both the bride and groom. Sources familiar with the gathering told TMZ that the wedding was rather "informal" and not an actual "ceremony," however it was still a heartfelt union witnessed by their nearest and dearest.
The couple began dating in early 2020. Despite only dating for a short period of time, Gomez, a Miami real estate agent, moved out to California to quarantine with the singer during the early months of the coronavirus pandemic. Unlike Grande's former romances with comedian Pete Davidson and the late rapper Mac Miller, the pair kept a tight lid on their relationship, rarely being spotted together or publicly commenting on their status. Gomez's Instagram has remained private throughout their courtship, while the "Positions" singer only sparingly shared photos of her new love on social media.
However, the two announced their engagement just before Christmas in late 2020. Grande shared several photos of the couple, as well as a close-up photo of her ring. The two have been living in Montecito, a suburb just outside of Santa Barbara, at Grande's new home since she purchased the property back in June.