Famous singer Ariana Grande married her fiancé, Los Angeles real estate agent Dalton Gomez, in a “tiny and intimate” ceremony.
According to the PA news agency, the 27-year-old woman tied the knot in front of fewer than 20 people over the weekend at her California home. The wedding took place only months after Ms. Grande announced she was engaged to Mr. Gomez.
A representative for the pop star told PA: “They got married. It was tiny and intimate – [fewer] than 20 people.”
“The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier,” the representative added. The TMZ website later reported that the ceremony was held at the singer’s property in Montecito — a pocket-sized community in southern California considered as a celebrity hotspot where Oprah Winfrey, Rob Lowe, and the royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle also live.
Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez have been dating for just over a year.
The press spotted the pop star kissing her new love interest, Mr. Gomez, at a restaurant in Los Angeles in February last year. In May, they first appeared together as a couple in the music video to “Stuck With U,” Ms. Grande’s collaboration with Canadian singer Justin Bieber.
A month later, the “Thank U, Next” singer posted a photo of them hugging on Instagram.
Ms. Grande publicly announced her engagement to Ms. Gomez just before Christmas through another post on the social media platform. She shared a picture showing a pearl and diamond ring on her left hand and wrote: “Forever n then some.”
Dalton Gomez’s biography on the AKG website says that the 25-year-old man, raised in Southern California, has been working in the luxury real estate market for five years.
Previously, the singer was engaged to American actor and comedian Pete Davidson. However, they called off their high-profile relationship two years ago, after only five months of dating.
Ariana Grande has had a successful career in the music industry.
In October last year, she released her sixth album, “Positions,” which topped the charts in the United States and the United Kingdom.