Photo: Ariana Grande Instagram

Post-divorce, the 30-year-old pop sensation has found solace in the company of farm animals.

If there’s one thing to learn about Ariana Grande recently, it’s that she has a soft spot for animals.

On Monday, the 30-year-old singer gave fans a delightful glimpse into her day on a farm. Captioning her Instagram carousel post as “Ag7: goat mother”, the first photo featured the “One Last Time” songstress, snug in a chic cream coat, bonding with a pair of adorable goats.

The subsequent image flaunted her farm-chic look in blue jeans and a soft beige sweater, giving a shoutout to fashion brand Loewe and stylist Mimi Cuttrell. The carousel also spotlighted a moment with actress Cynthia Erivo, as she enjoyed some downtime alongside Grande.

Goat Mother
Photo: Ariana Grande/Instagram

Another heartwarming snap displayed Grande, lost in the moment, as she gazed at a dog, all while seated inside a guitar case. There was also a playful video showcasing her mother, Joan Grande, amid a herd of goats, exclaiming humorously, “Oh no no no no, I’m handing you over to my daughter.” Ariana’s giggles can be heard as the backdrop to her mother’s antics.

In other news, the “Thank You, Next” star recently navigated through the conclusion of her divorce from Dalton Gomez.

Documents reveal that Grande, who had wisely opted for a prenuptial agreement with Gomez, will be parting with a one-time payment of $1,250,000. Gomez won’t be entitled to ongoing spousal support, instead, he’ll be compensated with this hefty tax-free amount upfront. Furthermore, the earnings from the sale of their previous LA residence will be split, with Gomez also having his attorney fees, up to $25,000, taken care of by the pop icon.

A close source spoke about the pair’s split to us, describing the separation process as “kind and patient.” “Throughout the entire phase, both have shown immense respect and care for each other,” they added. The duo, who had once promised a life together in May 2021, have now amicably moved on.

Grande, meanwhile, seems to be finding solace and joy in the company of her newfound farm friends.