"Soon enough," Grande told Darden about when she and Davidson will tie the knot, also revealing that she'd like to be a mother in the future. "Eventually I want down the line, probably, like, three kids,” she confessed.
Things have been moving fast for the couple, who began dating in May, and less than a month later announced they were engaged. So will Grande be taking the comedian's last name once they are husband and wife?
“Yes, probably," she shared. "I feel like I'd like to just eventually be Ariana. It's got a ring to it. I have to keep Grande because my grandpa was so proud of our name. By the way, my grandpa said 'Grand-ee.' My brother changed it to Grande because it's so fun to say. I grew up saying Grand-ee and I wish I would say Grand-ee more.”
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Also a topic of conversation was Grande's new album, Sweetener, which dropped on Friday. The former Sam & Cat star also explained why she decided to title one of her tracks after her fiance.
“It’s called ‘Pete Davidson’ because it’s about Pete. I was just like, I’m going to call it ‘Pete.' Why not?" she said. "Just relax, it’s who it’s about, keep it real. I was literally going to call it, ’This Is About Pete Davidson.’"
Without a doubt, the couple's relationship has been a whirlwind. Grande began dating Davidson shortly after ending things with Mac Miller. She, however, knows what it's like to have public relationships with everyone thinking they know everything about her.
“It’s interesting when you’re a person in the public and sharing bits of your life," Grande expressed. "People think they know all of your life, but that’s not the case. I want to protect certain aspects, especially when it's not going so great. When people find out about things, think about how long it’s probably been since something came to that conclusion. I don’t tell people things as soon as it happens, it takes time.”