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June 26, 2020

Raven-Symoné Opens up about Her Wedding to Wife Miranda

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Raven-Symoné has divulged some details about her wedding days after she walked down the aisle with Miranda Pearman-Maday.

For Raven-Symoné who has managed to keep her private life away from the media, sharing her wedding experience with the public was a huge deal.

Raven-Symone at the Young Hollywood Studio on October 2, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

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The actress made the disclosure to People during an interview where she stated that, “I decided to share this moment because it’s one of the biggest and happiest of my life.”

Earlier this month, Raven made BET headlines after she divulged that RuPaul and Wanda Sykes were on her list of LGBT trailblazers.

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The “Cosby Show” alum added that being with her wife, Miranda Pearman-Maday, gave her a level  of confidence that made her “empowered in an entirely new way.”

In agreement with her partner, Miranda said that although they were an hour late for their wedding, it was still “joyful, intimate, filled with laughter, great food, music and a last-minute peanut butter delivery for me.”

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As it turns out, the event, which had only six guests, was officiated by the couple’s friend, Erica Summers. The intimate ceremony also included a buffet that was created and catered by Debbie Allen — who is an old friend of Raven’s.

According to BET, the 70-year-old “Grey’s Anatomy” director revealed that detail in the caption of one of her Instagram post.

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ET Online further reported that Debbie claimed that she had to insist on making a lobster pasta and getting a Sweet Lady Jane triple-berry cake for the happy couple.

The star’s nuptial comes just a month after Madame Noire made it public that she addressed the hesitation she felt about playing a lesbian in the 2015 drama, “A Girl Like Grace.”

While noting that there was nothing wrong with playing the role of a lesbian in a movie, Raven said she was more worried about her mother seeing her act out the provocative character of Mary.

Raven-Symone at A Legacy Of Changing Lives on March 13, 2018 | Photo: Getty Images

Earlier this month, Raven made BET headlines after she divulged that RuPaul and Wanda Sykes were on her list of LGBT trailblazers during a Good Morning America segment.

The actress said that Wanda was notable for her “classiness,” while RuPaul was special for bringing “drag to middle America” and exhibiting it as the entertainment that it is.

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