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Zach Shallcross and Kaity Biggar
After his season as the star of "The Bachelor" ended, Zach Shallcross got down on one knee and proposed to Kaitygar in season 27's finale. After relocating to Austin, Texas, the couple got engaged. They are getting to know one another better via gambling and
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The couple's goal is to spend their lives together, and they don't want to rush into tying the knot. Biggar stated that they don't want to rush anything. Shallcross also stated that they want to get married one day. Although they're currently focused on settling into their new apartment, they hope to have kids with each other eventually.
Clare Crawley and Dale Moss
During her time on "The Bachelorette," Crawley blew up the competition by agreeing to ride along with Moss for the sunset. The pair had a strong connection, which ultimately led her to reject the other suitors. She also made an emergency call to Neil Lane before proposing to him.
Moss said that they knew it was going to happen, and that they saw it coming. For her part, Crawley added that she knew it was coming.
After a few months following their big twist, the couple announced that they were separating. People then confirmed the split on September 28. It was reportedly mutual, and the two split a couple of weeks ago Michelle Young and Nayte Olukoya
The individuals who participated in the 18th season of "The Bachelorette" said that they were the ideal match after they got engaged.
 Young stated that she was never able to fall in love with someone until she met her current fiancé.  Young also said that she initially thought that she was in trouble when she started falling in love with him. She added that she was always motivated by her parent's family's healthy marriage.
According to Olukoya, they have a natural connection, and adds that he has never felt like this before.
Six months following the "The Bachelorette" finale, Young and Olukoya mutually decided to end their relationship. In an Instagram post, Young stated that she would never stop supporting her former fiancé.
Kenny Braasch and Mari Pepin
During the seventh season of "Bachelor in Paradise," Braasch and Pepin, who were both former Miss Maryland, were very attracted to each other. However, their relationship was put on hold when contestant Demi Burnett showed up. The two then decided to separate. Pepin stated that she wanted to be able to date other people, while Braasch only briefly pursued Burnett.
Even though her heart grew fonder, Pepin only learned how much she cared about Braasch after he started a relationship with Burnett. She then apologized to him and said that she wanted to be only with him. After a while, Braasch got down on one knee and proposed to Pepin. They are currently residing in Chicago and are planning to get married in the Caribbean.
JoJo Fletcher and Jordan Rodgers
Jordan Rodgers and JoJo Fletcher are one of the remaining couples on The Bachelor. They were spotted getting close during the 12th season of the show, and there were rumors that they had actually met prior to filming. However, Jojo later noted that she had not spoken to Jordan before filming started and that she heard his name being bandied about in casting.
The sparks flew immediately after they met. The couple got married in May 2022 after they were forced to postpone their wedding twice due to the pandemic. According to JoJo, the next reason why they had to delay their wedding was that Jordan was going to be playing football during the fall, and he was busy.
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