Ariana Grande announced her engagement to real estate agent Dalton Gomez on Sunday. What was amazing for her fans to see that her ring seemed to feature a possession from her grandmother.
What’s the story?
On Sunday, the 27-year-old singer Ariana Grande announced her engagement. She got engaged with Dalton Gomez, a real estate agent. The announcement was done with a series of photos that also included photographs of her engagement ring. The caption of the set of lovely photos read, “forever n then some”. Her ring has a similarity with one of her possessions that she has been owning since 2014. The Positions singer wrote in 2014, “Nonna had a ring made for me w/ the pearl from grandpa’s tie pin. She says he told her in a dream it’d protect me <3.”
The pearl that what was striking in her engagement ring is quite similar to that of the one sparkling in the ring of the senior Grande. Although the ‘7 rings’ singer yet to confirm anything, fans are quite sure that the same pearl was used to make the engagement ring of Grande. “Fans notice that the pearl in Ariana Grande’s engagement ring is from her grandpa’s tie pin. 🕊💍”
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If the fan theory is correct, both Grande would be carrying a family symbol with her forever. The pop star’s “nonna,” Marjorie Grande, joined her for a tattoo session in 2018 to get “Ciccio” (the Italian nickname for her late husband) tattooed on her finger. Joan Grande, Ariana’s mother welcomed Gomez in the family and wrote, “I am so excited to welcome Dalton Gomez into our family! Ariana, I love you and Dalton so much!!!! Here’s to happily ever after! YAY! Xoxoxo”.
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Diamond experts previously told Page Six Style that the ring appears to feature a 5- or 6- carat oval diamond. The cost would be around of six-figure price. Some social media users predicted, “ariana grande’s engagement ring is five carat diamond worth over $381,000 US dollars”.
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