Miguel Marries Longtime Love Nazanin Mandi

Contributed by Anaya Ray 

After 13 years, singer Miguel and Nazanin Mandi have tied the knot. The newlyweds said their I do’s this past Sunday on November 25th.

Miguel and Mandi, according to US Weekly, have known each other since their teenage years, when they first encountered each other at a behind the scenes DVD interview to promote Miguel’s first music video, and went on their first date in 2005.

Fast forward 11 years later, the “Sure Thing” singer proposed to Mandi in 2016.

A year before proposing, Miguel talked about his relationship with Mandi in an interview with Hot 97 expressing how he doesn’t take marriage “lightly.”

“The thing is, you got to know who you are as a person, first of all. I think I’ve come so far as a man and I’m just starting to feel solid where I can be like, ‘You know what? I think I can hold this down legitimately.’ I think now people throw things around like marriage. I just wasn’t raised like that.”

Both celebs have posted to their social media with numerous captivating pictures from their wedding.

According to Vogue Magazine, who got an exclusive look inside the couples’ wedding day, the two had their wedding in their native state California at Hummingbird Ranch.

Vogue got the chance to chat with the lovebirds about their engagement, which both stated happened on their trip to the Dominican Republic.

“She just passed out, the sun is starting to come up. She’s completely knocked out . . . drool coming down her face. I was like aw, poor thing,” exclaimed Miguel when recalling on the moment he proposed.

“So you know I kind of slide out stealthily,” Miguel explains. “Grab the ring, get her hand, and delicately slide it on and then get back in bed until she wakes up. It takes her a minute to notice it and then she notices it,” he added.

As far as Nandi’s reaction well she was surely surprised, waking up with a huge rock on her finger.

“I turned over and was like, ‘Oh my god, I did not expect this at all!’” Naz exclaimed.

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