Ariana Grande surprised the world with news of her wedding, however, behind the scenes there were no surprises as lawyers had been working on an ‘iron-clad pre-nuptial agreement for months.
“While the wedding seemed very last minute in her backyard with just close family and friends, legally nothing was left to the last minute legally,” sources tell Radar.
“Ariana’s lawyers were very involved in insisting that groom Dalton Gomez signed an iron-clad pre-nuptial agreement.”
Insiders add that once the legal stuff was dealt with the couple enjoyed a romantic day surrounded by hundreds of white florals and less than 20 close friends and family.
“Ariana’s brother Frankie and her mom are very protective over her. They both love and trust Dalton, but even so they would be stupid to not want her to get a prenup,” sources tell Radar
“Let’s be honest, when someone is worth over $150 million you have every right to be suspicious. But Dalton has won over.”
As Radar previously reported, over the weekend, the pop star decided to marry her real estate fiancé after being engaged for 5 months. The surprise nuptials went down at Ariana's mansion in Montecito, CA.
The lovebirds first debuted their romance back in May 2020. Around Christmas, Dalton got down on one knee and proposed to Grande.
Grande didn't reveal if the wedding was planned or a spur of the moment decision. The singer has kept photos of the ceremony private for the time being. A couple months back, sources close to the singer revealed she wanted a "intimate" wedding.
Dalton is Grande's first husband. She previously dated Mac Miller and was engaged to Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson for a brief moment.
In May 2018, Grande started dating Davidson after splitting with Miller. The got engaged months later but were over by October.
Grande's new man seems to be loved by her close family and friends. Another source close to Grande revealed Dalton, "just makes her really happy. All of Ariana’s friends and family love him for her."