Raven Symoné Reveals She's Married To Miranda Pearman-Maday

Raven Symoné Reveals She's Married To Miranda Pearman-Maday

The two had an intimate backyard wedding and there's really no better way to celebrate Pride month!

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Raven Symoné has come a long way from the beloved Disney actor we all knew and adored in That's So Raven. She's now a married woman and she took to Instagram to share the happy news with her followers. On Thursday, she shared a photo with her new wife Miranda Pearman-Maday. She wrote:  got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home. I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday! Let’s tear this world a new asshole!!! I’s married NOW. According to USA Today, Symoné shared a picture of a bubbly drink that was actually a hint at some huge events in her life. 


So something happened this week, that has changed my life FOR THE BETTER!, she reportedly wrote. The event was a small affair, due to the ongoing pandemic and she thanked everyone for their love and support. The outpouring of love and congratulations have filled our hearts immensely. Thank you to everyone!!!! I won’t bombard y’all with too many pix, but yeah more music soon! Hehe, she shared. Pearman-Maday also shared images from their big day and while Symoné donned a black outfit, Pearman-Maday looked absolutely dashing in a white jumpsuit with a veil.  Symoné is known to be a very private person, so it's safe to say that no one had any idea about Pearman-Maday before the huge announcement. 


According to TODAY, Perman-Maday's LinkedIn profile shows that she's the social media manager with 'Off The Menu.' Off The Menu curates secret menu items from restaurants, bars, and cafes across North America. The mobile app features over 750 items across 22 cities, ranging from burgers to four-star dining. Four years ago, Symoné had opened up about how being a child star impacted her view on her sexuality, according to US Weekly. “Being on television sets from age 3 till age 30, I’m more comfortable there,” she explained during the 2016 docuseries It Got Better. “I know what lines I’m supposed to say. Somebody else picks my clothes for me."


"I have makeup done. I have hair done. And you create a family with these people that sometimes are closer to you than your own family. … I was branded at such a young age.” Symoné says she knew when she was around 12 that she was into women, but she tried to hide how she really felt to maintain her image. “I kind of pushed myself to open myself up to look for boys,” she said at the time. “I never thought I would come out because my personal life didn’t matter. “It was only what was supposed to be sold as the Raven-Symoné brand.” However, once she came out, she said she felt a shift within herself. 


“I felt lighter,” she recalled. “I felt like I could go out and not have to put on 17 different hats to be myself.” The photos garnered a lot of attention with people pouring in love. Sabrina Bryan wrote: Congratulations Raven!!! Wishing you so much love with this next chapter together! Cheers to the NEWLYWEDS!!! ❤️ Mario Cantone added: I was there when it began! Congratulations ladies. Sending you All my love! Stephen Conrad Moore shared: "Wha wha WHAAT???" CONGRATULATIONS!!!! 💜❤️ Wishing you a wonderful and joy-filled journey together. Brenda Song also commented: Congrats, Raven! I’m soo happy for you guys!❤️


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