Ariana Grande is marking a heartwarming milestone with her husband, Dalton Gomez! The lovebirds have been married for two wonderful years!
On this particular day, the “7 Rings” singer, no pun intended, is toasting the essential ring she owns— her wedding ring— by sharing a rare snapshot into her marital life with the love of her life alongside a simple but reassuring love declaration.
Ariana Grande Celebrates Her Second Wedding Anniversary With Sweet Social Media Post.
While the couple prefers to keep their relationship reclusive, the beloved pop sensation could not help but share an intimate memory to celebrate their milestone.
The “No Tears Left to Cry” singer uploaded a candid shot of the pair tenderly kissing during their intimate weddings in 2021 to her Instagram story.
Over the black-and-white snap, the “Voice” alum signified the time she and her man had spent together. The 29-year-old wrote the number “2” as a symbol for their marriage, as well as “(3.5 together!!!),” as a nod to their overall time as a couple. She concluded the post, “I love him so.”
Grande and Gomez, who have been together for almost four years, as the “Into You” singer’s wedding tribute indicated, reportedly kickstarted their romance during the pandemic.
They began quietly dating in March 2020 after they were first spotted together at Bar Louie in Los Angeles dining with friends.
By May 2020, the lovebirds seemingly confirmed their love after they were seen slowly dancing in Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” music video. However, it was not until June 2020 that Grande made their relationship Instagram official with a photo of them snuggling outside near a swimming pool, giving fans the green light that they were an item.
Head over heels for the real estate mogul, the “Thank You Next” artist went on to celebrate her relationship on her sixth studio album, “Positions,” on most of its tracks, including “Love Language” and “Obvious.” During the “POV” chorus, Grande voiced, “I wanna love me / The way that you love me / For all of my pretty / And all of my ugly too / I’d love to see me from your point of view.”
In December 2020, the “34+35” singer revealed she was engaged to her now husband. In the Instagram post, she showed off her diamond and pearl engagement ring and wrote in the caption, “Forever n then some.”
At the time, an insider reported that the “Victorious” alum was “beyond excited” about taking the next step with Gomez. The insider said, “She has enjoyed getting to know and falling in love with Dalton out of the spotlight, something she didn’t get to do in past relationships. They are so in love and committed to spend the rest of their lives together.”
Having first gone public with their relationship a little over a year ago, the sweethearts tied the knot in May 2021 without the pizzazz known to celebrities. Grande’s rep confirmed on May 17 that the couple exchanged their vows in a private ceremony held at her home in Montecito over the preceding weekend.
The rep confirmed, “It was tiny and intimate — less than 20 people. The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier.”
The Wealthy Lifestyle Of Ariana Grande And Dalton Gomez
One thing is for a fact; the newlyweds lead an above-average lifestyle. During their lifetime, the pair have amassed a great fortune in their respective endeavors or through their talents for the most part.
At the time of their wedding, the “Break Up with Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” hitmaker’s net worth was recorded as $150 million. Grande amassed her wealth first as Cat Valentine in the Disney shows “Victorious,” then as a top-earning musician with six studio albums that have gone platinum or higher.
In between that, the actress accrued a massive following on Instagram and TikTok. Her different fragrances like “Moonlight,” “Ari by Ariana Grande,” and “Sweet Like Candy” are other sources of income for her.
On the other hand, the California-raised millionaire, having been in the real estate business for over five years, was valued at $20 million.
In addition, Gomez acquired the buck of his fortune working with Aaron Kirman, a luxury real estate agent. He reportedly sold houses worth $12.5 million.