On Thursday the 34-year-old artist and previous co-host on a documentary named “The View” confirmed on her Instagram account that she has married her girlfriend Miranda Maday. Raven-Symone shared an image to disclose her wedding. Raven-Symone’s bride Miranda Maday cherishes her in the image. The couple is seen incandescent with cheer in the post shared on Instagram.
Raven-Symone took to her social media and cited that she married a girl who brings joy to her life. “I got married to a girl who understands me from spark to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from execution to home,” the actress address in the caption. “I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday!”
She also shared a photo of what came to be the yard outside the home where the marriage picture was taken. Amid a pandemic, the marriage was a perfectly socially distanced affair held at home, with the small number of attendee’s images in face masks. “Thank you to all those who accompanied and for those who understand why it was small during this time,” the actress wrote in another Instagram. “Thank you to all those who abetted and for those who known why it was restricted during this time,” she addressed in the caption on that picture in which she identifies a few people, along with Debbie Allen.
Recognize for her childhood character on “The Cosby Show” and “That’s So Raven,” the present reboot “Raven’s Home,” she shares her sexual life publicly in 2013, after the U.S. principle Court damage down a law excepting federal acceptance of same-sex marriage. “I can completely get married! Yay government! So honored of you,” she tweeted at the time. In 2014, she told Oprah Winfrey during an interview that she became apprehensive of her sexuality at the age of 12, as “I was looking at everything.”