Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum Share "Mixed Emotions" After Selling Their Home Amid Divorce

Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum take a moment to say goodbye to their married home.
The two alums from The Bachelorette announced on social media Monday, December 21, that they had completed the sale of the once-divided home in Pinecrest, Florida. The couple, who moved to the Miami suburbs in 2016 after previously living together in New York and New Jersey, announced on October 14 that they had decided to end their eight-year marriage.
"I sold the house today," wrote J.P. on December 21 in his Instagram story. "I'm not sure how I feel about it.
For her part, Ashley had discussed the important development earlier in the day, just before the sale closed. At the top of her story, she wrote, "Happiness," followed by "I wish you all today."
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She added, "We are closing our house today. I have mixed feelings. Excited about new beginnings, but also sad about closing this chapter. It's okay to feel opposite feelings. Give me grace today. I hope you will allow me." this also for itself. "
JP Rosenbaum, Ashley Rosenbaum
A few hours later, Ashley shared a quote attributed to writer and therapist Nedra Tawwab. "Sometimes broken relationships cannot be mended," was the quote. "Because mending is about accepting less than you deserve, not meeting your needs, or not being authentic to get along. Forcing broken relationships can be betrayal of yourself."
Ashley and JP both reported their split on October 14th. JP wrote: "We both realized that we are just two very different people with very different personalities and perspectives who just don't agree on many livelihoods."
The couple found love together on season seven of The Bachelorette and tied the knot in December 2012 during an elaborate ceremony broadcast on ABC. They share 6 year old son Fordham and 4 year old daughter Essex.

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