SHE might rub shoulders with some of the biggest and best names the music industry has to offer, but it's Dalton Gomez, a relatively unknown estate agent, who captured the heart of popstar Ariana Grande.
The famous songstress, 27,announced her surprise engagement on Instagram, just nine months after they revealed they were dating, and flashed a very impressive ring on her finger,
The couple have kept their relationship mostly under wraps, only occasionally sharing cryptic posts online.
However, even after her mystery man was revealed, fans were surprised to learn of her low profile romance to her non-famous beau, particularly after the singer's very public engagement to Saturday Night Live comic Pete Davidson.
But as it turns out, the songstress isn't the only A-lister who's dated, or married, a non-famous person, with stars like Scarlett Moffat from Gogglebox and actress Catherine Tyldesley falling for blokes with very ordinary jobs.
Here, Fabulous rounds up a list of celebs whose partner's are mostly unknown, despite their spouses' fame.
Catherine Tyldesley and Tom Pitfield
The 37-year-old English actress Catherine Tyldesley met Tom in 2014 at the gym when he was working as a personal trainer.
Then a star on ITV's Coronation Street, Catherine and Tom got engaged the same year and announced they were expecting a baby, Alfie, who is now five years old.
Tom continues to work as a freelance fitness consultant at Hale Country Club in Cheshire, which is where he first met Corrie favourite Cath.
Holly Willoughby and Daniel Baldwin
Amanda Holden and Chris Hughes
Scarlett Moffat and Scott Dobinson
Scarlett Moffatt shot to fame when she appeared on Gogglebox with her family all the way back in 2014.
She's since been crowned Queen of the Jungle and, just this year, moved in with her boyfriend Scott, who works as a policeman,.
A source previously told The Sun: "Scott seems like a really stand-up guy. He could be good for her.
"And he's got a decent job being a police officer in Durham near where she lives."
George Clooney Amal Alamuddin
Eddie Redmayne and Hannah Bagshawe
Eddie Redmayne, who's had a number of leading roles, married his former publicist, Hannah Bagshawe, in 2014 and have since had two children together.
The PR executive met Eddie when he attended Eton College, the same year as Prince William, and Hannah was at the neighbouring boarding school for girls.
They began a 12-year-long friendship but that eventually turned to love in 2012 when Eddie invited her on a trip to Florence during downtime from shooting for Les Miserables.
Sam Faiers and Paul Knightley
Billie Faiers and Greg Shepherd
Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth
Danielle Lloyd and Michael O’Neill
Danielle burst on to the scene when she was stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after posing nude in the December 2006 edition of Playboy magazine.
But her husband Michael O'Neill, an electrician from Birmingham, reportedly shuns the limelight – avoiding it at all costs.
The pair met at the gym when he told her how she could do her squat exercises better, and they got engaged just six months after dating.
Anne Hathaway and Adam Shulman
Oscar-winning actress Anne might be one of the most famous actress' in the world but her husband Adam is far lesser known.
That's not to say he's not successful though, as the jewellery designer hashis own line called James Banks -and has more recently produced films alongside his wife.
The pair married in 2012, after meeting four years earlier, and a child together.
He's even been known to dabble in a few films himself.
Louis Tomlinson and Eleanor Calder
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