The outlet was told that the two wed in Grande’s Montecito home, which she purchased last June. TMZ’s sources said the vow exchange was informal, and there were few guests in attendance. Grande has not confirmed the news yet on her social media.
The ceremony comes after multiple outlets reported on April that the two were planning a summer wedding.
Us reported on April 7 that Grande wanted an early summer wedding date. “Ariana and Dalton’s wedding will happen early summer,” a source told Us. E! ran a report one day later, where it indicated that Grande has begun wedding planning. The outlet did not specify when Grande was planning to wed Gomez. It turned out, apparently, to be May.Sources told both outlets that the two planned to have a small wedding amid the Us Weekly and E! in early April that the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Us Weekly was told by a source that the couple wants a “very small and intimate affair. Nothing will officially happen until it’s safe [with the COVID-19 pandemic].”
E! was told similarly by a source close to Grande on April 8. “They both do not want a huge extravagant event, so they are figuring out what their options are for an intimate ceremony,” the source said.
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