By After the Final Rose, they'd split over her past racially insensitive actions, including attending an antebellum-themed college party.
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Clare only had eyes for Dale and “blew up” her season. About two months after his proposal aired, they split — but were later seen kissing.
Tayshia stepped in for Clare and found love with Zac. They remain happily engaged and live together in N.Y.C.
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Pilot Pete broke up with his winner and runner-up before reconnecting with her. By the end of 2020 (and right before an N.Y.C move), they’d split.
The Bachelor in Paradise couple confirmed their surprise split in December 2020, after three years of marriage and two children together.
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They shocked fans by splitting after eight years of marriage and two kids (and weathering J.P.’s health battle).
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Seven years after their televised wedding, Sean and Catherine are still happily married, with three children.
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Rachel made history as the first Black Bachelorette — and met her match in hubby Bryan, whom she wed in Mexico in 2019.
He surprised her with another proposal (and diamond!) three years after their TV engagement, but their wedding was postponed by COVID.
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They didn’t meet on the show, but Kaitlyn and Jason are #couplegoals. Together for two years, they share a home and two golden retrievers.
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Bachelor Nation was outraged when Arie dumped Becca Kufrin. Three years later, Arie and Lauren are a happily wed and expecting baby #2.
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The O.G. Bachelorette handed her final rose to Ryan 18 years ago — and a televised wedding and two children followed.
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