Love's celestial dance takes an unexpected turn as global sensation Ariana Grande and her husband Dalton Gomez find themselves on the precipice of divorce, as reported by various sources.
Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez Navigate the Difficult Waters of Divorce
After basking in marital bliss for over two years, it appears that the stars guiding Grande and Gomez's journey have dimmed, signaling an impending end to their union.
Sources close to the couple reveal that their separation began as early as January, albeit with a notable emphasis on maintaining an "incredibly amicable" relationship. "They came to the decision together," a source told PageSix.
"They were having problems before January, but they want to remain best friends." Reports suggest that Gomez, desperate to salvage their matrimony, embarked on a recent journey to the London set of the theatrical extravaganza "Wicked." This last-ditch attempt to rekindle their dwindling flame, however, proved unsuccessful, leaving the couple no choice but to confront the somber reality of their diverging paths.
Throughout this trying period, their steadfast camaraderie has remained unwavering, with the source affirming: "They've been really good friends throughout the entire process, and their friends and families have been trying to protect them."
Ariana Grande's Wedding Ring Sparks Speculation
Recent speculation surrounding their marital strife was amplified when Ariana Grande appeared at the prestigious Wimbledon event, conspicuously unadorned by her wedding ring.
This subtle absence of symbolism ignited a flurry of rumors, fueling discussions among devoted fans and avid onlookers alike. The elusive glimmer of Grande's wedding ring was last seen adorning her finger during Jeff Goldblum's enchanting concert in London back in April.
The nuptial ceremony took place in May 2021, exuding an ambiance of intimacy, nestled within the opulent Montecito, California abode that Grande calls home. "People close to the couple and their families" were the privileged few invited to bear witness to this exquisitely understated affair, reveals her publicist to People magazine. "It was tiny and intimate - less than 20 people. The room was so happy and full of love."