Ariana Grande has found love again—and this time, it’s going to last! The “Thank You, Next” singer had a quaint, tiny, and intimate wedding at her place in Montecito, where she tied the knot with fiancé Dalton Gomez, 25, a real estate agent. The two have been seeing each other since 2020.

In keeping with the pandemic’s guidelines, Grande had only 20 guests come over to see her walk down the aisle, as reported by TMZ.

The beauty of it all was how natural it felt, sans any pomp or show. A visibly elated Grande said “I do” at what was considered not a “real ceremony”, as far as credible sources are to go by. While the duo had gotten engaged sometime during Christmas last year, nobody saw the wedding panning out at this point in time. However, given how Grande has never been one to keep her love life under wraps, she took to Instagram to let her fans know that she found the one by captioning her engagement photo as “Forever. And Some”.

Gomez has however been a lot private about his relationship but is overjoyed about how everything has panned out.

On the upside, the past couple of months have been a great time for the two to interact and spend more time with each other before getting wedded. The lovebirds reportedly spent time together as they quarantined at her LA pad all this while. What’s more, Grande’s mom Joan was equally excited about Gomez and the developments and gave her stamp of approval early on.

“Ari's family is very happy. Everyone loves Dalton. He is great for Ari,” said an insider, as reported by PEOPLE. “This phase of her life has been very quiet and uneventful in a good way. They are very happy that she is marrying Dalton,” added the source.

It’s barely been a year since Grande bought the house in June from Ellen DeGeneres. The 27-year-old spent a whopping $6.75 million for the picturesque estate that was built in the idyllic town of Montecito, which is also home to celebrities like Oprah Winfrey, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

This can be termed Grande’s second shot at finding lasting love and romance. Not too long ago, Grande was almost about to get hitched with former-fiance Pete Davidson, after a brief courtship in 2018. And, before fans could process it, they were engaged! But, the universe had other plans for her as the courtship never materialized into marriage. Insiders believe it has a lot to do with Grande’s ex Mac Miller’s sudden demise at that point in time.

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

© 2023 Latin Times. All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.