Many stars were present in this weekend Wimbledon tournament of 14 July 2023. This is the case of Ariana Grande, which has not gone unnoticed. According to a source cited by the media tmzShe will be in the process of divorce with her husband, Dalton Gomez.
Does love really last for three years? Things haven’t really been good for a few months between Ariana Grande and her husband, Dalton Gomez. In a relationship since January 2020The singer and real estate agent have taken a major step to nurture their love: confinement due to COVID-19. A difficult moment, but one that ultimately brought them closer. So close that Dalton Gomez took the lead in asking for Ariana Grande’s hand in December 2020. Estimated between $200,000 and $300,000 with all diamonds. Without thinking twice, she immediately said “yes”. To their delight, the wedding took place on May 15, 2021, in Montecito, California with an exclusively discreet ceremony. Unfortunately, since that unforgettable day, love would not be there.
Ariana Grande split from Dalton Gomez?
According to a source cited by our colleagues tmz, Published on This Monday, July 17, 2023, the couple would have been separated since January 2023 and would be in the process of divorce. Although they may have attempted a reconciliation a few months earlier, the attempt may have failed. This distance is also one of the reasons for telling the distance between the singer and her husband. According to the same formula, the ex-lovebirds would remain friends, but the idea of staying married would be far removed from their current life goals.
In fact, this weekend of July 14, 2023, ariana grande spotted Wimbledon Final Standswithout her wedding ring. She was accompanied by actor Jonathan Bailey, with whom she has shared the poster Wicked, a musical centered on the witches characters from The Wizard of Oz, but also featuring actor Andrew Garfield. You will understand, the description of the wedding ring has raised some questions on social networks. Is this a simple omission on the part of the singer or just a formality at the end of a story? case to follow.