AMERICAN singer and songwriter Ariana Grande has reportedly split up from husband Dalton Gomez after 2 years of marriage. The news comes after the singer was spotted without her wedding ring at the recently held Wimbledon 2023 Men’s Final on Sunday.
Ariana was spotted with her upcoming film, Wicked co-star Jonathan Bailey during the match on Sunday. She was also seated alongside Andrew Garlfield and was seen having a hearty time.
According to a report in American media outlet People, Ariana and Dalton separated quietly early this year. “They have been quietly and lovingly working on their friendship,” the report added.
A report in US Weekly stated that the couple had been facing issues in their marriage for some time now. “They were having issues before she left for Wicked filming [in London] that they couldn’t resolve, and the distance did not help. They haven’t been speaking and are separated, and a divorce is likely,” the report read.
Ariana and Dalton sparked romance rumors in January 2020, when the duo were spotted cuddling together at a bar. The couple then got married in a private ceremony at Ariana’ home in Montecito, California in 2021, where she wore a custom Vera Wang dress. It was then reported that they got engaged months before their marriage and spent a lot of time together during the Covid-19 pandemic.
This was not the first time Ariana was spotted without her wedding ring. Last year in August, the singer was spotted without her ring while being live on TikTok. Putting speculations to rest, Ariana had cleared the air about any rumors. “I’m just not wearing my wedding ring, it’s getting cleaned. I’m not getting a divorce before you start, don’t,” she said at the time.
No official confirmation or denial has been given by Ariana Grande or her team yet.
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