Ariana Grande has erased all evidence of her wedding day with Dalton Gomez from her social media accounts following news of their breakup.
The pop star, known for her hit song “Thank U, Next,” has apparently deleted her wedding photos from her Instagram account, which were posted in 2021.
In addition to removing pictures from their wedding, Grande also deleted the anniversary post she shared in May with her 377 million followers.
On May 16, the two-time Grammy winner posted a picture from their wedding day, celebrating two years since they said their vows. She captioned the photo with “I love him so,” and added the number “2” with an outlined white heart on top. She also mentioned that they have been together for “3.5 years!!!”
Her Instagram account has now been revamped to only mention her estranged husband in a post from November 2022.
In February 2022, Grande shared a photo of herself and Gomez under the moonlight, with her arms wrapped around him.
The singer has been residing in the UK since the end of 2022 while filming the movie adaptation of “Wicked.”
Sources have revealed that Gomez traveled to London in January in a last-ditch effort to salvage their troubled marriage.
Ultimately, their efforts did not succeed, but the couple has remained close friends throughout the entire process.
Since then, Grande has been seen enjoying tennis at Wimbledon, but speculation about her relationship status arose when she was seen without her unique pearl and diamond wedding ring.
Gomez, who has reportedly been dating other people for several months, struggled to adapt to life in the public eye with Grande, whom he began dating during the pandemic in 2020.
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Gomez proposed to Grande in December 2020.
Shortly after their engagement, the couple tied the knot in May 2021 in an intimate ceremony at Grande’s home in Montecito, California, due to COVID restrictions.
The “Dangerous Woman” singer was previously engaged to “Saturday Night Live” alum Pete Davidson in June 2018, but they called off their engagement a few months later.
Ariana Grande has wiped all traces of her wedding day with Dalton Gomez from her social media following the news of the pair’s split.
The “Thank U, Next” hitmaker, 30, has seemingly deleted her wedding pictures from her Instagram account that she posted in 2021.
In addition to images from the pair’s nuptials, Grande deleted the anniversary post she shared with her 377 million followers in May.
The two-time Grammy winner shared a post on May 16 from the couple’s wedding day as she celebrated two years since they said, “I do.”
“I love him so,” she captioned the pic, before writing “2” on the top of the Story and adding an outlined white heart below it. She also clarified that it’s been “3.5 years together!!!”
Her newly-revamped Instagram account now only mentions her estranged husband in a post from November 2022.
The singer posted a sweet selfie of the pair as part of an image carousel, though she didn’t caption the post.
In February 2022, Grande posted a snap with Gomez under the moonlight, in which she wrapped her arms around the real estate agent.
The songstress has been living in the UK since the end of 2022 while she filmed the big-screen musical adaptation of “Wicked.”
Sources told TheFantasyTimes that Gomez made a last-ditch attempt to mend their marital woes by jetting to London in January.
Ultimately, things “didn’t work out,” but the pair have remained “really good friends throughout the entire process.”
Grande has since been seen enjoying tennis at Wimbledon, but questions arose over her relationship status after she was spotted without her unique pearl and diamond wedding ring.
Gomez, who has reportedly been dating other people for “months,” allegedly struggled to adjust to life in the spotlight with Grande — whom he started dating during the pandemic in 2020.
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The real estate agent popped the all-important question to Grande in December 2020.
Not long after their engagement, the pair got married in May 2021 in an intimate ceremony at Grande’s Montecito, Calif., home due to COVID restrictions.
The “Dangerous Woman” hitmaker was previously engaged to “Saturday Night Live” alum Pete Davidson in June 2018, but they called it off a few months later.