Raven-Symoné married her partner in a surprise wedding
Photo credit: Instagram / Raven-Symone
Some nice weekend news: This is So Raven Actress Raven-Symoné married her partner Miranda Maday.
The actress and presenter shared the news with her fans on Instagram and shared a picture with the headline: "I married a woman who understands me from the trigger to the joy, from breakfast to the midnight snack, from the stage to home. I love you, Mrs. Pearman-Maday! let's tear this world up a new asshole !!! I'm married NOW. "
Followers such as Todrick Hall and That's So Raven co-star Kyle Massey hurried to send their congratulations to the happy couple, which led the 34-year-old to share another picture and wrote: “The outpouring of love and congratulations has ours Hearts filled immensely.
"Thanks everyone !!!! I won't bombard you with too many pictures, but yes, more music soon!"
Miranda, social media manager, shared a video about the couple's kiss and wrote: "8pm ~ my wife for life".
The couple celebrated with matching tattoos of the other's initials on the ring fingers. Raven wore a classic suit and colorful braids, while Miranda chose a white jumpsuit.
The wedding was held back due to coronavirus restrictions, but that doesn't seem to have dampened their big day. Congratulations to the happy couple!
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